Carpooling with Wunder

I haven’t written anything on here in a REALLY long time, but now seems as good a time as any to go back to writing, at least for this subject.

People in my network would be familiar with my very colourful commuter stories. For those who aren’t, hello, I am Chenyl and I am your average commuter. My daily route to work involves a jeepney ride, and a transfer from the jeepney to a multi-cab (dem orange vans). The whole trip takes about an hour and a half, depending on traffic and weather conditions.

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Everyday is an adventure. (Image via Pacifiqa.com)

A lot of things can happen in a 1.5hour trip. You encounter many different kinds of people, drivers, fellow commuters and some hitchhikers, all with varying levels of agreeability. These kinds of people merit their own posts, but I’ll save that for another time.

Anyway.

I think many would agree that commuting in Metro Manila is still very far from Utopian levels, in terms of convenience and safety. In my quest for a better way of commuting to work, I stumbled upon Wunder.

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