A day of sadness….and letting go…
The plants needed what little rain we had today.
Mon petit café internet a un deuxième étage. J’ai perdu des webcams et des casques d’écoute au deuxième étage tout simplement parce que je n’étais pas capable de le suivre bien. Ma sœur a suggéré que je l’aurais sous videosurveillance afin que je puisse suivre ce qui se passe là-bas à tout moment de la journée.
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[My small internet café has a second floor. I’ve lost webcams and headsets on the second floor simply because I wasn’t able to monitor it that well. My sister suggested that I should have it under videosurveillance so I can monitor what goes on in there at any time of the day.
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Fish Broccoli Flower Rice– this is what my nephew, kakay, had for dinner yesterday at Mann Hann.
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Ykaie had so much fun last weekend when I took her at Timezone for rides and arcade games.
Two of her favorite rides are the Helicopter [above]and the Train.
..and she loves this game where you hit the crocodiles coming out of their caves!
We had a great weekend..How’s yours?
Five years ago, I started blogging just so I could chronicle my daily ramblings. I didn’t know that I’d learn so many things and gain a lot of friends through this that I would want to have another one–The Peach Kitchen–…and another one–this.
I’ve created this blog to be the home of my Project 365, which I wanted to do since January. But I thought, I don’t really take good photos and I don’t want it that much! Today, I’m thinking — what the heck! I’ll start this Project 365. This will be a learning journey and a chronicle of what happens in a “peach day”.
peach and things will be a personal blog. It will be about my everyday rants and raves. Blowing peachkisses about our small family–peanutbutter♥, purple and me.
Cheers to a new beginning,
I wanted to take Ykaie to Manila Zoo because I had such a great time as a kid there and I wanted her to see more animals. Admission for adults cost P40 and for children below 4 ft it’s P20.
The Manila Zoo that we visited is not the Manila Zoo that I’ve known as a kid anymore.Cages are being renovated as well as other areas of the zoo but there are less animals.Most of the animals are poorly taken care of and there are no giraffe or even a lion in sight.
We saw tigers, monkey, snake, iguana, ostrich, philippine deer, zebra, horses, hippo, different kinds of birds and an elephant.
There is also a small zoo inside the Manila Zoo called Kinder Zoo where you can pet the animals and take your pictures with them. Admission here costs P65 per person. You can take your pictures with different kinds of birds, an ostrich, a snake, a wild boar, a small crocodile,a turtle and a baby monkey.
I think Ykaie is a little bit scared with the birds, maybe because she can feel the claws in her head…
Ykaie and daddy
…with daddy and mommy♥
THE NEWEST MEMBER OF OUR FAMILY (LOLz)
ykaie doesn’t wanna carry the monkey but is afraid to let go of it either because it might fall and she knows that falling might hurt the baby monkey.
THE 20-YEAR-OLD TURTLE
ate chellie and ykaie
not scared with the big turtle—at all!
and that concludes our day at the Zoo.
I wonder where our next stop will be