Monday, June 16, 2008



Enough of Bayanihan Park's grass for now. Hehe.

I don't know the exact English word for "salakot". Hat is not enough. It's a native hat used by farmers here in the Philippines.

And I also don't know why there's a big salakot in Bayanihan Park. It's like a symbol already here in Angeles/Pampanga. I should research it I guess. Tomorrow I'll show you the huge salakot stage. :D


kaycee said...

i like this photo. You know what, I like taking photos of ceilings, i always do it when i go to a new place. people sometimes look at me (probably thinking 'what the h--- is she doing?')but i still do it.
I love the lines &/ curves & their different patterns... =)

Ner said...

i like this, too :D


sakin naman because i'm a local here, feeling siguro ng ibang tao i'm a tourist or feeling tourist haha XD

indiosverdes said...

english/spanish/french name is salacot. It changes only the K. It is quite a global philippin name although unfortunately not so well known.

小美冰淇淋Paul said...



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