It started out with a kiss, how did it end up like this?PILOT ARTICLE
It was only a kiss, or was it?We bid our goodbye kisses to Manila to our first ever out-of-the-countryexperience---girls only. There were just six of us – Mika, Anna, Jessa, Jean,Kamae, Nica and me (Patty) and the idea to travel together for as long as we allshall live was a pact but the idea to create ‘The Watchlist” was all but whim andfolly.But alas, it is finally here. The Watchlist, originally, came from Nicabeing held up by the departure officer becausesomehow, her name was in the watchlist.Thankfully, it was another evil Nica Roco that wason the watchlist, and not our very own inspector gadget. Touchdown Macau, since we seemed like atraveling girl group, props to our outfits and perkyattitudes, we decided to baptize our group with thename “The Watchlist” cause you have got to watchout for us. We thought it would end there, but therest, as we say is history, or bits of history about tobe made.
Nica on the watchlist!
Our first entry, thus, dates back to thosehumble beginnings of our first out- of- the-country experience en route Macau andHong Kong. We were students on a budgetfor term break and the road less travelled,needless to say, seemed winding but wild. Of course we chose Hong Kong since our veteran jetsetter, Jessa Cruz, went thereevery year.
Touchdown Macau! The Watchlist!
A list of things you should remember when traveling as a group and asgirls, on a budget:1. Make sure you have our travel documents ready and updated.
Kamae almost didn’t make it cause her passport wasn’t renewed yet.
2. Make sure you are clean of any criminal record offenses,
but in our casethe possibility of having one gave birth to this site
3. Go lite, so pack light.
We got our tickets for a mere $12 aboardTiger Air (departed from Clark to Macau and about $100 going back from Hong Kong to