A bamboo stilt bridge connecting the huts to the shores of Silangang Nayon, a restaurant and hotel 3 hours south of Manila. The huts are the restaurant's dining area and food is delivered from the kitchen through a zip line.
My first contribution to Sunday Bridges
very nice....i think i must try to join this meme too co'z i have lots of bridges shots....thanks for sharing this...
I hope the food stays warm. Looks like a storm could wipe out the bridge pretty easily.
A fantastic and exotic bridge entry! I'm trying to imagine the yummy food delivered by zip line!
I like the music on your blog and your "About Me" writing!
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This is a very original bridge! I like it.
I would dare walk this bridge...but my legs would be shaking!!!
I have visited this meme a few weeks ago...Hmmm, let me see if I have some bridge shots!
It must be nice eating out there on the water. a very unique bridge too!
more memes. they are so much fun.
have a great weekend.
It looks like a wonderful place and it brings back fond memories of the beautiful Philippine Islands.
Gorgeous and so unique to your part of the world. Marvelous photo too.
A very interesting bridge! And what a great way to deliver food from kitchen to table!!
First off I love your music!
Lovely bridge and interesting story.
Lovely bridge, very interesting.
Almost scary but certaintly unique. Great idea for a restuarant too.
And welcome. MB
Ooh a resort! I like the angle of your second photo! Looks like a great place :D
Welcome to Sunday Bridges! This is a great entry! «Louis» has tried to keep the definition of 'bridge' loose to encourage creative shots such as this. «Louis
is also happy to see you've already gotten a lot of comments! Cheers!
I like to look at water but I'm not too wild about being on it. This is a little close for my comfort. Having said that, I think this is the most exotic bridge this week.
What a wonderful dining experience; to walk the bamboo bridge for a stunning view while dining.
Looks like a great palce for a holiday. Done much fishing?
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