WHILE writing this article, we have already a new elected Pope—the Blessed Argentine Jorge Mario Bergoglio or Pope Francis, 76, the first South America’s Pope—and, yet, as of now, we are still thrilled with our unforgettable and wonderful experiences during our vacation in Cancun, Mexico.
Actually, until now, there are times that I still reverie the exquisiteness and enchantments of Cancun.
It is still fresh in my memory our experiences when visited the historical dilapidated buildings built by the Mayan people in 15th century in Tulum, Riviera-Maya, Cancun.
Our tourist guide explained to us that the government of Mexico reconstructed and preserved the ruined buildings.
IN my family, it is already accustomed for us to have at least 1-2 family out of town vacations every year. The first one, we usually go together into a very beautiful, tourist spot within Canada; and second, out of the country.
Last February 27 to March 5 this year—while the Roman Catholic Church Cardinals were busy preparing for the Conclave in electing a new Pope since Pope Benedict XVI relinquished his throne as the 266th Pope—we took our family vacation in Cancun, Mexico.
If there is one place that we can recommend for vacation, it would be Cancun.
Of course, most of our friend told us that there are more beautiful tourist spots in Mexico, but our wonderful and unforgettable experiences in Cancun are the reasons I am not hesitant to tell you: Cancun is very magnificent, paradise-liked place for me and my family.
“Lack of faith—or faithless at all—sometimes drags you off to your own atrocious doom…”
HOPELESSNESS is like rust and erosion.
It corrodes your personality, and grinds down your life totally…
Even your very own soul!
“In spite his fate is not as providential like his Filipino friends, especially in getting their permanent residencies here in Canada, he is still remained appreciative with the great opportunities the Canada government had given to him…”
Do you believe that one of Red Deer Advocate paper carriers became a millionaire by delivering papers and flyers—as his definitive noteworthy consolation in failing to get the approval by the Canada Immigration regarding his application to become permanent residents, he and his family, here in the first world country?
Mr. Milionario (real name withheld), through his earnings as paper carrier, bought house and lot and provided his family livelihood projects manages by his wife in the Philippines.
“I sent all my earnings as paper carrier to my wife in the Philippines,” Mr. Milionario, an Overseas Filipino Contract Worker or OFW of a certain Red Deer company that export/import meat, disclosed. “My wife and I invested our money to a house and lot worth one-million pesos, bought two tricycles, and put up a sari-sari store.”