This is my first time attending this event and it puzzles me how the first 37 was never caught on my radar. Maybe I was too busy with work and life that these events came fleeting by. Nevertheless, here are some pictures on the last day of the 38th Manila International Book Fair.
It took a long while before I got in but, like they say, kapag may tiyaga, may nilaga (slogan which generally means “perseverance bears fruits”).
As soon as I was inside, I took a picture of the board of Participating Companies, Exhibit Booth locations, Schedule of Events, and the Sponsors and Partners.
In order to get inside the Function Halls a ticket registration of ₱20 is required. It would have been great if I was a teacher because they were free to enter the event. They gave a sweet token of appreciation in the form a Lotte Pepero White Chocolate though.
The rest of the afternoon was quite uneventful.
And finally, I bought a few books for my son Michel.
I will be watching out for next year’s Manila International Book Fair and hope it will be as great as this one.