Tag Archives: The Cabbie Chronicles
I know I’ve been a bad, bad Cabbie Chronicle blogger. Apologies, my cab rides haven’t been worth remembering save for a few ones I’ve been on to and from Greenbelt. Here are a few snippets.
Mr. Cabbie right here falls under the overly chatty, bordering-on-annoying, shares-too-much-info type of driver.
It’s been a while since I last blogged about my cab adventures. I guess it’s because my travels have for the most part been peaceful, so nothing really worth writing about. Definitely a far cry from the rude old man I told you about!
This particular story’s going to be a bit controversial, but I’m writing about it still because (1) I don’t want to forget about this instance (this blog entry will help me remember, hehe), and (2) I think there’s significance in writing about people who are unnecessarily disrespectful (i.e. case in point: today’s cab driver) so […]
This’ll be a quick one, because there isn’t really anything to say about this particular cab driver, except that he was courteous, unlike many of his peers across Metro Manila.
Don’t you just hate it when things suddenly stop working out for you when you most need them to? Ah, the irony of life. And for that Alanis’s song will forever be significant.
Hiya, reader! I’d like to introduce you to The Cabbie Chronicles where I will be telling you about my encounters with Filipino cab drivers — those who talk too much, those who don’t say a single word, those who stare at you creepily from the rearview mirror, those who don’t give a shit about how you look, those with a […]