Sometimes, its good to visit the city sans cars. We get to experienced riding public “city” transport such as the LRT. Of course, my little girl gets overly excited. Imagine, she only gets to see trains on tv, she gets to see them when we get to visit Manila. She would often say when she would see the MRT, “I wanna ride, I wanna ride.”
So, when the eldest daughter needs to go to Manila, we packed our bags and planned a three day Manila tour. Our itineraries were; Divisoria (to buy stuff for daughter’s online shop), UP Manila, Manila Ocean Park (little daughter’s request), and what else, but malling.
And, so, on our second day, after our UPM visit, we decided to ride the LRT. Haha. Sometimes, being confined to a car makes you ignorant of how to go to places using public transport. Despite the husband’s warning, “You are in Manila, you should be cautious. Huwag kayong aanga-anga” , we rallied on our adventures…But, of course, with prayers that there shall be no crooked spirits will harm our way. We’re in the busiest city in the country, we have to be cautious. Very cautious.
Wearing no fancy jewelries, cellphones and wallets hidden in bags which we clutch “mightily” with our hands . It’s really is “more fun in the Philippines”, isn’t it? Traveling the city armed with wittiness so as not to be victimized by pickpockets. Haha
Yet, we managed to snapped camera photos in the LRT station. Promdisss we are. Forgive
Mind you, this little girl gave a small shriek when the train started to speed off the track. Promdi nga po. Patawad
While this Iska, after experiencing how it is riding jeepneys, FXs, and how costly taxi flagdown rates were, she seems not interested anymore to study in the city. Natakot agad
Hmmm. Let’s see what’s she’s up to come October…UPM or probinsiya ^_^
Ganoon pa man, they both had fun experiencing their very first train ride.