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PostCard Series| A Walk Along Roxas Boulevard

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ON TRAVEL|PhotoWalk along Roxas Boulevard. Have you already tried eating "inihaw na daing na pusit" or sitting with Ninoy while watching the famed Manila Bay Sunset in Roxas Boulevard
These calmed me down after a flight cancellation going to Surigao City and experienced a very disappointing  costumer service from  Airphil Express' staffs. Long story to tell...
5:45 PM, January 02, 2013
Roxas Boulevard, Manila

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12 comments:

  1. ang ganda ng sunset whowow! at ang sarap sa pusit!!!!

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  2. Indeed! Thanks for dropping here bro :) see you on the road

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  3. This is a very relaxing place for me too especially during sunset. And I like the cheap siomai and penoy that passes by the boulevard every night =)

    http://thisislovelee.blogspot.com/

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  4. If only I could see such gorgeous sunset every day of my life! Namiss ko yugn mga bars dati sa Roxas Boulevard. LOL. Circa mid 2000s.

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  5. If only that I still have time to take a walk along the Roxas Boulevard, I will really do it. Seeing the sundown at the famous Manila Bay Sunset, photographing the yachts and city lights pag gabi na. :-). Sana maka chance ako sa pagbalik ko.

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  6. Wow, the dried squid looks good! how much is that? Great photos!

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  7. @Pinay Travel Junkie- i agree sarap tumambay nun sa roxas boulevard. been there in 2004

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  8. @Bonzenti- sayang nga bro saglit lang ako taz medyo maulap but I will definitely comeback here for another photowalk

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  9. 10 pesos per stick Vincent :) with free sunset viewing :)

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  10. Those sunset shots were definitely awe inspiring! Maybe I should invest in a good camera to get those kind of shots!

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  11. I had a fair share of photo walks in Manila Bay area..
    But I would normally just stay closer to the back of SM MOA.

    One can say its a rich place to capture images and photography of people in their natural setting..

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  12. I've yet to experience my own photo walk by Roxas Boulevard. Whenever I'm around, I'm always by Harbor Square.. :P Anyhoo.. your photos are quite amazing! :) Very crisp and vibrant. :)

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