Living in a third world country sure has its perks.
When a typhoon hits, be prepared for massive blackout and water shortage that could run for days.
My hometown of Mali Bay is always victimized by these disasters.
Cut off our power lines and we would have no water supply. Isn’t that grand?
I always thought my family is well equipped for these kinds of things.
But when Typhoon Basyang paid us a visit, we were at the losing end.
Our water tank was empty. Our power generator was not functioning properly. When we finally had it working, it was running empty on fuel. Plus, we did not have the right adapter to connect the generator to the water pump.
What’s a boy to do?
Raft3r slept it off.