the boy with the broken stomach

Poppin bottles on the ice, like a blizzard. When we drink, we do it right getting slizzard. Sippin sizzurp in my ride, in my ride, like three six. Now I’m feelin’ so fly like a C-6. Like a C-6, Like a C-6. Now now now now now now I’m feelin’ so fly like a C-6. [Like a G-6]

Bulacan-Rizal-Manila-Cavite Regional Expressway Circumferential Road 6, that’s what they call it; but to me it’s like a portal to another dimension, a bountiful escapade or you can also call it “the road less travelled by.” C-6 serves act as "a beltway of Metro Manila, so that buses and other transportation vehicles coming from the southern provinces to the northern provinces (and vice versa)". It saves you time without diving into the tedious traffic of Metro Manila, not to mention hassle of the ever road rehabilitation along the way.

To get to C-6 from SLEX, take the Bicutan Exit. You will pass through Camp Bagong Diwa and going straight (because you’re in the Philippines) you will see a “C-6-Road-Rehabiliation” tarpaulin, by then you are sure you’re taking the right direction. As you traverse the lane along Laguna De Bay, you can see the city from a far. On the side you will see fish fences, wondering ducks and home-along-the-river surroundings. Then you’ll start asking yourself, is this really a superhighway?

When you get lost, you can always find the ever helpful town’s people and asks for directions or Google for it before you start your “quest” to an unfamiliar land where you bound to battle with dragons, pass through dudgeons and meet elves to save the princess. #allthehahainside

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