Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Wordless Wednesday: lazy afternoon

A lazy Saturday afternoon at Dumaguete's Rizal Boulevard.




18 comments:

Mojo said...

I could use a lazy afternoon... looks like just the place to spend one too.

Napaboaniya said...

Fun-filled day well spent at the beach :)
Happy WW!

CK-II said...

What a great place for such a great time. Happy WW! :)

ARCHITECT said...

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The Right Blue said...

Looks like it was a HAPPY lazy day. Happy WW.

Lawstude said...

i like that park. just sitting there and hear the splash of the sea. so calm.

sorry for not visiting sooner. just had a weeklong vacation and the work just piled-up. i'll catch-up on my readings/blog-hops once my sched returns to normal. have a nice day friend.

Webradio said...

Bonjour Miranda !
C'est bien de pouvoir s'amuser sur les pelouses, ou sur l'herbe...
Nice photos.
See You later.

SandyCarlson said...

Looks like a wonderful day for everybody. There's nothing better than a lazy afternoon!

EastCoastLife said...

I hope to spend a lazy afternoon reading and sipping iced cold drink! I'm too bust to even go to the loo these days. haha....

I didn't know the elder people of Philippines had suffered under the Japanese Imperial Army too. Your grandfather should have some stories to tell.

Carver said...

Looks like the children are having a great time at that lovely place.

Panaderos said...

Nice shots of the park. Is that a bay or a lake in the background?

luna miranda said...

hi, Panaderos! at the background is Tanon Strait---it's between Negros and Cebu. this is Dumaguete's version of Roxas Blvd. without the smog.

luna miranda said...

hi, carver! those kids loved to pose for the camera.:D

luna miranda said...

hi, eastcoastlife! i hope you'd get some time off soon to kick off your shoes and have that cold drink. oh yes, the Philippines suffered a great deal from the Japanese Army during WW 2. the Manila massacre alone in 1945 claimed the lives of at least 100,000 Filipinos. Manila was even called the "Warsaw of Asia", being the most devastated city in Asia during WW 2 after Nanjing.

luna miranda said...

one of the best things in life, sandy. thanks for visiting!

luna miranda said...

hi, lawstude! i saw your boracay videos but my connection was not very good. i hope you had a great vacation there. don't work too hard.:D

thanks for droppin' by.

the donG said...

this city is very simple. simple living, yet people are happy. nice place.

as they say, it's the city between the mountains and the sea.

Senor Enrique said...

Simply beautiful, Luna!

A friend was born and raised in Dumaguete, and always invites me to visit. One of these days!

What a wonderful life you have! Always traveling, eh :)