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nice photo!Happy New Year to you!visiting from MYM!http://vlayugan.blogspot.com/2012/01/touch-of-aura.htmlhttp://everyday-is-a-new-day-vhen.blogspot.com/2012/01/kalesa.htmlhttp://point-shoot-vhen.blogspot.com/2012/01/365-18-22.htmlhope to see you there too :)
I can just 'picture' the "even more than 6" on that tricycle. What a neat, cultural photo share. I love this kind.My link for today: RAINDROPS on ROSES - a few of my favorite things!Happy New Year...
That's exactly what I need ! I don't like bicycles and this one even protects you against rain !
I missed those tricycle. It's one of our way of transportation in my hometown too.MYM
The great thing of island life is no traffic lines like in Los Angeles! These tricycles are cute.
that's how "versatile" our tricycles are :) last night, as me and the hubs were driving home, we get to passed by a tricycle filled with teens, 4 inside, two on the back of the driver and 3 more on top of it. Whew! and, the worse, they have no "ilaws" at all. Bless them...
Minsan pati sa bubong. Haha.Have a fabulous week.Liz @ MLCLiz @ MCN
I missed riding the tricicle :-) My younger sister has 2 of those :-) Visiting from Mellow Yellow Monday, hope that you can return the visit too.http://www.mommies2ks.com/2012/01/a-gift-card-for-my-kids-school-bus-driver.html
so true! even more talaga...ehehhee...miss ko sumakay nyan...:)
I miss riding this back in pinas..cool! happy new year Luna!
We also have our tricycles here as our primary mode of transportation. It looks a lot different from your tricycles there though. I am a commuter so I get to have a trike ride day in and day out.
Cool ride.. Love those green trees..Visiting for MYM!!! Here's my share- hope you can stop by:)http://www.loveablecassandra.com/2011/12/little-artist-in-the-making.html
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