Readers, here’s an archetypal hitchhiker ghost accompanied by an informative essay on this particular bit or urban legendry. From The Ghost In My Machine blog.
Previously: Kiyotaki Tunnel, Japan. In the New Manila district of Quezon City — the most populous city of the Philippines, located not too far away from the capital, Manila — there’s a two-lane street. It’s an undivided carriageway, which means that it lacks a median; still, though, it’s a busy thoroughfare frequented by jeepneys and cabs. It’s named for the trees line it — but those trees do more than provide scenery. Indeed, it might be because of the Balete trees that the legend of the White Lady of Balete Drive clings to the road, and why it has persisted for so many decades.
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“I see my path, but I don’t know where it leads. Not knowing where I’m going is what inspires me to travel it.” ~ Rosalia de Castro
Bare with me because I am about to get disgustingly nostalgic, as I take a trip down memory picture lane. What a year it has been. It has had its ups and downs, but very definitely mostly all ups. By now you have seen the Best of Nine on Instagram, and seeing mine makes me insanely giddy.
2017 was the year I channeled my inner jetsetting blonde self and did a boatload of traveling. In the process, I discovered so much more about myself and what direction I want to head in. Hint: More jetsetting. Like WAY more!
I met some amazing people, especially fellow bloggers who became life long friends. (Told you this would be sappy!) And went on some incredible…
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