I didn’t expected that we’re going to experience another flooding here in Luzon, we’re still lucky here at home that we are not affected by the flooding, but we are stranded and can’t buy food in a nearby mall, because the entire road is under knee deep flood. Check the photo above for example, taken by a friend of our blogger who both lives in Cavite too. The small creek overflows and all roads straight down to the other town is flooded, I heard that the flood in Niog and Talaban is under waist deep, so there’s no way even to go out of our city.
But its okay to stay indoors and its much more safe than outside, the heavy rains are unpredictable and its hard to buy food outside. Our bakery got ran out of bread and maybe their bakers are stranded somewhere, in the afternoon we got in time to grab a freshly baked loaf of bread, all hot and uncut, we bought it and we let it cool down and cut the bread by ourselves, and yeah.. it was my first time to cut a loaf of bread.
I postponed all my blog updates and social media activities, this is to give way more important news and updates coming from our friends and people who are affected by the flood. We just retweet, reblog, repost, share and like all kinds of accurate information and news about rescue, survival tips, flood alert, weather news and even flood photos of affected areas.
I stayed home here with my family and be prepared if ever the rain didn’t stop and the flooding becomes worst. I’m very glad that the typhoon Haikui will hit land this Thurs in China.
Let’s stay safe and just post online if you need help or rescue.