Alam kong hindi mo pansin (I know you don’t notice me) Narito lang ako ([but] I’m right here) Naghihintay na mahalin (Love that waited) Umaasa kahit 'di man ngayon (with hope…even if it’s never now) Mapapansin mo rin (Will you also notice that? ) Alam kong 'di mo makita (I know you don’t see me) Narito lang ako ([but] I’m right here) Hinihintay lagi kita (waiting for you) Umaasa kahit 'di man ngayon (with hope…even if it’s never now) Hahanapin mo rin (Will you wait? ) Pagdating ng panahon (Will there be a time…) Baka ikaw rin at ako (…when there’s a “you and me”?) Baka tibok ng puso ko'y (Maybe, as my heart beats) Maging tibok ng puso mo (alongside with your heartbeat) Sana nga'y mangyari 'yon (Hopefully a someday is possible) Kahit 'di pa lang ngayon (because what’s happening now never makes it to be) Sana ay mahalin mo rin (One day you’ll love me too) Pagdating ng panahon (when the time comes) Alam kong hindi mo alam (I know you don’t know me) Narito lang ako ([but] I’m right here) Maghihintay kahit kailan (waiting for that time [to arrive]) Nangangarap kahit 'di man ngayon (dreaming…even if it’s never now) Mamahalin mo rin (When you’ll love me) Mamahalin mo rin (When you’ll love me too) Pagdating ng panahon (Will there be a time…) Baka ikaw rin at ako (…when there’s a “you and me”?
And the one province, one huge province of Davao was divided into four local governments.
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I got her visa and plane tickets but was informed through hearsay* (there has been no official circular whatsoever) that there is a new policy for Filipinos traveling to Dubai on Tourist/Visit Visas: a document called “Affidavit of Support and Guarantee” containing the personal details of the sponsoring family member here in Dubai and declarations like “I guarantee that the subject (visitor) shall not be in any way or manner whatsoever a public burden in the UAE”, etc has to be notarized at the Philippine Consulate as this is a requirement at the Phillipine Immigration counters at the airport prior to departure. (Even with an official visa issued by the UAE Immigration plane tickets) Your butt stays put in the Philippines.
The number of days to get that notarization: Ten working days, with a fee of 100 dhs (US).