Navotas

It just doesn’t feel like a weekend is complete without a photo walk but there are times when we can’t do anything about it.  One day is just not enough to do everything I want to do, especially when it involves hitting the snooze button a hundred times before getting out of bed and catching an afternoon flight.  There will be other days, so says a dear aunt of mine.

Thanks to social media, I’ve been able to make friends with people whom I haven’t met yet and this is our first meeting in person.  The best part is this being a photo walk in Navotas.

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We arrived late in the afternoon just as the day shift was about to end.  No unwanted medical emergencies today besides the medicine cabinet suffering from a loose vowel.

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The little girl didn’t want to be framed, so she slunk further back into the seat where she got caught between a truck and an SD card space.

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Boat on the rocks during happy hour.

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All eyes glued to the ladies volleyball championship on TV.

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A dog day afternoon.

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The real Filipino convenience store is way better than 711; you can get whatever you need through credit without ever needing a credit card nor a shirt on your back.

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All I want to do is bicycle, bicycle…

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Look out below, the sky has fallen!

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The sun, the sea, and the silhouettes of ships against the sultry sky.

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This beats staring at all those photos on Facebook.

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I should buy something similar so I can take my wife on a bike ride.  A dutch cargo bike, perhaps.

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This is a far as “riding off into the sunset” goes.

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A majestic sunset.  I would never tire of this view.

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Thank you, Amado, for taking me on a tour at a moment’s notice.  It was a great first meeting and I will be looking forward to more photo walks in the future.

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    • Thanks. It took a long time and many regular posts before this blog got noticed. I have many people to thank for the inteviews, features and shares that made this blog what it is today.

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