Shipping Via PNB Rapid Hatid Service

Yes, the wait is over. My husband got in the mail the items I bought online four days ago. So we will be able to send the gifts to my family in the Philippines tomorrow. As what I mentioned in my previous post, we will be using PNB’s (Philippine National Bank) delivery service called PNB Rapid Hatid (hatid means delivery in English) since we are presently acquiring their Rapid Remit services. The fee is reasonable. Also they offer discounts when you apply for a GFC (Global Filipino Card) as a remitter or beneficiary. Anyway, the estimated shipping time is about 40 days. That would be fine.

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Minnie Coin Purse

Cute little coin purse isn’t it? This Minnie coin purse was given to me as pasalubong (gift) from Tokyo Disneyland. I like the pink color and the thought that it came from Japan. My cousin’s girlfriend, Marie, gave it to me when she came back home to the Philippines from her three months vacation in Japan last year. She’s a very sweet girl and she likes giving gifts.

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