I woke up to heavy downpour knocking the windowpanes and roof. When I looked out the window, I saw dark skies and wet pavements. It seemed like there would be no let up.
The weather looked perfect for people who didn’t have to go out and work. We need rain, you know. Especially the plants and trees. But rainfall in Metro Manila is different. It means flooded streets, and traffic jams. It’s synonymous to inconvenience!
But who can stop the rain?
As I am one of those who needed to get to work, I left the house armed with my umbrella. When I got outside the village, this is the sight that greeted me. WET!
Paranaque, Street Scenes | Comments
We were cruising West Service Road (in Paranaque) when we saw this new Robinson’s Supermarket. This is between Merville Exit and Bicutan Exit, right at the entrance of LP Leviste Subdivision.
We now have more choices for grocery shopping. Ain’t it cool?Paranaque, Robinson's Supermarket, Supermarket | Comments
This is a good offer, actually. For Php200, for example, you already have a movie pass, Jolly hotdog, regular fries, and regular drink. Not bad at all.
I’m not sure if other Jollibee outlets have this promo too. Perhaps we can check.food, Food Strip, Jollibee Corporation, Paranaque | Comments