Spending Holy Week in the City


I guess almost a hundred percent of the people in the Metro Manila went out of town for the Holy Week break. To unwind probably, to go swimming, to commemorate the holy days. Or simply to getaway the from the city.

I would also do the same the past several years, but this time I chose to stay home. I want to experience how it is when all the vehicles in the metro head to the freeway; NLEX to the North and SLEX to the South.

So on Saturday afternoon, I walked around from my place up to Ayala Avenue to take some photos and to check how the streets of the busiest city in Metro Manila look like.

I have more snapshots and the complete story in this blog post.

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Raffy Pedrajita

Spidey to his online friends, Raffy Pedrajita is freelance digital photographer. An IT sales with expertise on data and wireless networks. He is also the admin at DigitalSpidey.com.

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  • http://saranovela.com Sara Marquez

    Manila turns into a ghost town on HOly Week!
    Where is everybody, you ask? Probably partying in Boracay…