Wednesday, August 06, 2008


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posted by Señor Enrique at 8:14 AM


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for being my "eye" to downtown Manila. Audio na lang ang kulang at parang nanduon na ako LOL.

August 06, 2008 10:19 AM  

Blogger nutart said...

Thanks for the slice-of-life shots, Eric!

I particularly looked at the picture of the horse...they should wash his garland once in a while to make him look spiffy ;-).

The only thing I really find shabby with Manila are the spaghetti electric wires---as well as isn't it like walking under probable electrocution? Sorry for the sordid thought...but I usually find myself thinking like this when I'm there! :-(

August 06, 2008 6:56 PM  

Blogger EM said...

Looking at those mangoes made my mouth water. I miss those green, crunchy and sour mangoes. Specially with "bagoong".

I almost thought we have given up horse drawn coaches (kalesa). I can't help not to pity the horses. Even when i was just a child, i would cry when the kalesa is burdened too much by people and when it is being whipped.

August 06, 2008 7:50 PM  

Blogger Tina said...

i enjoyed the photos thank you. saan kaya hinuli yong mga hipon na yon.

August 06, 2008 8:21 PM  

Blogger Señor Enrique said...

My pleasure, bertN! I truly enjoy taking random shots of the areas that I visit to share with fellow bloggers.

By the way, besides the audio, how about scent-o-rama? I remember a few years ago when a group of people were trying to capture scent and transmit online. I guess, they weren't successful.

August 07, 2008 8:37 AM  

Blogger Señor Enrique said...

This was the very first calesa horse I had ever seen adorned with a garland, Bernadette. He looked so cute ... hehehe.

Speaking of those noodle-like wires on our street posts, they actually discouraged me from taking pictures of our houses and buildings ... ayayay.

August 07, 2008 8:40 AM  

Blogger Señor Enrique said...

Whenever I ride a calesa, EM, I always tell the kuchero to not whip his horse lest he doesn't want a tip from me. But most kucheros I've notice hit the wood alongside the horse just to make a sound and communicate their intention.

There are many more mangoes being sold in Manila streets :)

August 07, 2008 8:43 AM  

Blogger Señor Enrique said...

You're welcome, Tina. Since they weren't frozen, I guess, they came from the nearby Bulacan area.

August 07, 2008 8:45 AM  

Blogger Panaderos said...

Very nice shots of daily life and street scenes in downtown Manila. Thanks for sharing, Eric! :)

August 07, 2008 10:48 AM  

Blogger Señor Enrique said...

My pleasure, Panaderos. It's my subtle reminder to fellow compatriots to come home for a visit someday soon :)

August 07, 2008 11:32 AM  

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