I got around to doing this a bit late as I went to the Manila International Bookfair, so this one will be about that. At any rate, the bookfair was far larger than I the last one I had gone to, which admittedly has been beyond my recall as to when. Keen on the idea of exploring the vast shelves of books and other printed material, I hoped to find books that were elusive and very difficult to track down without the help of the internet.
Let's be honest with ourselves, traffic in this country is horrible. Whether it's the early morning rush, where tens of thousands of people make their way from the warmth that is found in their beds, dragging themselves by their nails into the showers, and sitting patiently through the horrible traffic on their way to work; or the afternoon-to-early-evening rush where everyone is trying to get home as quickly as possible, you would have to admit that traffic is bad.
Is it the fault of so many people live in such a densely compacted space? Quite possibly, as you can only fit so many people comfortably in a single square metre of space, and the denser the population grows, the more people you have to pack in the square metres of road.
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