All right, it’s about high time I go through each photograph/photograph set I’ve ever reblogged and write a story or poem. I’ll start with this one as soon as I’m finished reading the chapter of the Jack Kerouac biography I’m reading.
My September Lakbay started with an inside jobin Intramuros, Manila. 😛 So before the month ends, I think it’s best for me to share some of the shots I took inside this so-called “walled city”.
At the Baluarte De Dilao
From what I’ve overheard from a tourist guide, the adobe stones used to build the “Baluarte De Dilao” were from Mexico. If I was just shameless, I would follow this tourist guide and his clients so I could have a free formal and informed tour around Intramuros. Well, perhaps I was cause I actually did follow them — discreetly though — but I guess they noticed me so while I was taking a few shots of the watch tower, they were gone the moment I turned back to where they were. 😀
It is said that this fortress was built as a defense against the Chinese living outside…
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The second picture is so haunting. I feel a horror story coming riding up my brain waves and veins.