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Category Archives: Intramuros
I should say that this is really the coolest stuff I’ve ever tried this year — had a drive-thru with Petra at Jollibee Rizal Park, Manila.
Petra and I at Jollibee Rizal Park, Manila, Drive-Thru
At first I was hesitant to take Petra with me at the Jollibee and had a drive-thru before we headed to Intramuros. But since I was really hungry already, I tried to ask the security guard. Good enough he allowed us to take our orders and because Petra and her calash has two (2) wheels. Definitely, can still be considered and allowed to avail for drive-thru services.
Petra and I at Jollibee Rizal Park, Manila, Drive-Thru: Taking my Order
This experience, I should say, it’s more fun in the Philippines!!!
Sorry guys, but I totally forgot where I saved all our images during the tour. I remember I transferred my files from my personal computer to the external hard disk during my moving in here in my new crib. And now, I couldn’t find them all. I forgot what was the file name of those album.
But anyway, I still have one here which I am very excited to share to you. This is still part of our Independence Day 2012 and M’s birthday celebration, A Glimpse of the Pasig River.
Independence Day 2012: A Glimpse of the Pasig River
Pardon me guys with my image. I am not a professional photographer but rather a feeling photographer only.
Moreover, the Pasig River, if I am not mistaken is located at the back of the Rizal Shrine. So when we had the chance to visit the place, I didn’t let that moment pass by not taking pictures of the river.
But guys, I will really really try to locate all my folders of images so I can share and post them all.
As mentioned and promised in my previous post, I will, as much as I could, share to you, one by one, what happened and where M and I toured on the last Independence Day 2012 which was also M’s birthday.
Anyway, our tour started when we met Petra.
Independence Day 2012 – A Tour with Petra
Petra is the only female horse which is hardly working and serving tourists to tour around Manila. If you happen to watch some Filipino comedy films, you might have seen Petra on TV and on big screens as Petrang Kabayo, the latter means horse in the Filipino dialect . Yes! She is one of the most familiar horse in the country.
And good enough, the time we arrived in Luneta Park, Petra was still waiting for tourists for her to tour around the city.
For the min time, I will leave you with this one yet. I am still puzzled to what’s next to share. But most probably, the hippest thing we did. See it for yourself on my next post!
I actually don’t know how to start my blog posting of all our (mine and M’s) visit at Manila’s big and historical places. However, seeing myself with this image below where a life size statue of the Philippine national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal at my rear back, I just decide to share this as my ever preface of all our trips.
So here it goes!
Since that was M’s birthday, we decided to visit the Intramuros first which is the very historical place in City of Manila and where most of the tradings and wars happened before. We toured the place — we visited even the smallest and very steep areas and tried to discover and recall what we both learned from our History classes. LOL! That tour lasted for more than four (4) hours.
After which, we went to the Luneta Park and other places in Manila.
As I have said, this is yet the very beginning of my posts or series of stories about our tour. Hence, there are more coming which you guys should check for.