#RoadTripperMonday – a weekly feature of our very own Road Tripper.
Today, let us feature someone who has helped many people… whose heart is as big as the world. Miguel Dorotan or a “Doc Migs” is one amazing person. He is a doctor by profession and a little boy trapped in a man’s body. He is initially quiet but cracks the corniest jokes you can imagine. But you can’t help laugh at it. He joined us in our first Luna Sea Full Moon Party Road Trip. He is currently residing in the UK to extend his knowledge on Tropical Medicines.
Thanks Migs for sharing a bit of your life to us…
1. What do you do for a living?
I am a medical doctor by profession, with interest and experience in health emergencies and disasters (think of Typhoon Yolanda, Nepal Earthquake, and MerCoV/Ebola). So I go to places where disasters strike as a medical doctor and/or also as health program manager. I am currently a student though, doing masters.
2. What is one of your guilty pleasures?
3. What is the title of the movie about your life?
Have not been written yet… but it could be something like… “Tumbang Preso”
4. If you could go back in time, what would you tell your 16 year old self?
Ingat pagdating ng 18 years old. Hehe.
5. If you can be teleported anywhere around the world, where would that be and why?
Back home and in Bigo Beach,.
6. Which celebrity would you go on a “one-night-only-date” with?
7. You, unfortunately, have been condemned to die, but fortunately, you get to have any meal in the world before you go. What is your menu?
Bicol express+Laing+liempo (eating by the beach)
8. If you could trade places with anyone right now, for a week, who would it be and why?
Anyone in the tropics who has access to a beach! Because it’s cold here and I miss home.
9. Best present you have ever received.
Second lease on life.
10. If you could meet a famous or not so famous person, who would that be and why?
Peter Piot (Co-discoverer of the Ebola Virus). I would like to listen to what he would have to say about the recent outbreak of ebola virus diease in western Africa and what went wrong so as we can be better prepared.
11. How old should a person start traveling?
there is no specific age. Probably as soon as you learn to appreciate what is around you.
12. What is your best experience in traveling/living in the Philippines?
Having a beach less than an hour away from work. Plus nothing beats having your family around.
I actually don’t know.