Recently, I just answered a few questions from the students of Ms. Damon's AP Human Geography class at Stillwater Junior High School (SJHS) in Stillwater, MN. Before departing the United States last summer for the Philippines, I signed up to be part of the World Wise School Program. It's a program where it allows a volunteer like myself to be connected with a school in the U.S. SJHS is the school I will be in contact with. Here's a link to the Q&A I answered for them; just scrool down to view the entire Q&A. http://apgeog.blog.stillwater.k12.mn.us/?page_id=741
My first water bill came to me last week and my eyes & ears couldn't believe it when I was told it was over a thousand pesos. It was p1098, which is pennies in the United States, but I receive my stipend in pesos and I thought this was only going to be p200-p300. I was lucky I saved and this wasn't a problem. The reason it was so high is because I had my water pressure turned up. My landlord suggested that I turn off the water pressure, if I know I am going to be away from my apartment for more than a couple of hours. Hopefully, this will do the trick. I'll keep my fingers crossed. Tommorow, I am off to the beach with friends and Sunday, I'll run in another 5k run. Ingat na.