changing France

53% to 47%
I am moved, emotionally in uncertainty.

April 24, 2007

Voting for or against?

What change would France go for?

Photos of Canal+'s Les Guignols


From Manila to Paris, then to Marseille & to the Côte d'Azur, now in Singapore, clinging to a map of three worlds, where everything becomes all relative.


  1. hi makis,
    visiting from francesca's blog.
    your site sucked me in.
    i love your photos of the wineries.
    also your fiesta post and your memories of christmas.
    you are so right about 'pasko na sinta ko.'
    timeless song.
    whether you've left the philippines or stayed home, it hits you either way.
    ~chesca silva

  2. Welcome Cheska! So glad you visited & left me a comment :) There're still a lot of things that hit me in any way!

    Your blog is as interesting, especially the way you presented your blog ;-) Will read more of it soon! Thanks for passing by!

  3. Sorry for misspelling your name, Chesca :)

  4. the two frightens me.. but after the debate last night, i think ill go for sarko.. ikaw?

  5. It's so amazing, Ana but I too was leaning more on Sarko. They're really both scary to death!

  6. ako sarco, kasi he has principles and he wants action, not blah blah blah. Sana siya manalo tonight.

  7. Voila, Sarko won, basta wala bang magrereklamo within the next 5 years :D

  8. As long as he keeps his promises and put into action that would change France !

  9. KOREK!
    alisin na sana yung sobrang social welfare benefits. Puro Nag chomage, wala na work. Pero sabi ni sarco, after two offers of work daw don sa nag chomage at ayaw pa rin tanggapin, cut na allowance ni frenchman...

    naku, me kilala akong pinay, three years chomage, pero ano ka, nag wowork at the side.Hmmnnn...