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Morning Rush at San Marcelino and Finding a Computer Shop

I have to be early to print out my lesson plan, and since I don’t have any idea where I could find one near the Pearl of the Orient Tower, I decided to get off LRT at Central Station and walk the busy streets of San Marcelino where during my college days we often do our research and rents computers.

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I knew exactly where I could print out my lesson plan and I also need to find a photocopying machine so I’d crossed roads going to Adamson University, got lucky found one that is open that early. Then, walking again until I reached Taft Avenue but before riding a jeep I took a snapshot of my Alma Mater -Philippine Normal University.

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Children’s Playground at Luneta Park

For the love of exploration, we walk into the busy grounds of Roxas Boulevard, Luneta Park and Intramuros. This happens for 5-days of which attending a seminar in the morning and 5-days of exploring Manila in the afternoon (5 PM-onward). This is a part of the 5-Days Manila Challenge.

After the seminar, we wanted to go home early for some tasks to be done needed for tomorrow. But how do you stop your feet from finding its way to good and exciting places? :)

We ended up walking again in Luneta Park and saw the Children’s Playground… and said to each other, let’s just be quick. LOL!

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Entrance Fee: Ten (10) pesos for adults and Five (5) for kids, student, PWDs and senior citizens.
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This place is recommended for the whole family and for picnics. There are free tables and chairs, no fees no need for reservation, and first-come-first-served basis only.

IMG_6382 Well, you can also buy outside the playground vicinity like here in this violet food box, they are all over the alleys of the park.