It’s my second time to be in Quezon Memorial Circle. The first one was when I was alone looking for adventure after my Saturday night overtime in the office. On my second visit I was lucky enough to have travel buddies, my Nanay Loi (my mother in the office) and CJ. We went there to wait for a couple of hours for the opening of the Parks and Wildlife Center just across the elliptical road. This visit is promising because I was able to acquire photos of myself with the background of the park; on my first visit I only had photos of the circle, the museum and other parts of the park.
My Nanay and I got out of the office at 10 past the hour of six in the morning located in Eastwood City. It took us thirty minutes by jeepney to Quezon Memorial Circle from our origin. We then called Jerome, one of our officemates to check if he’s there, we then met near the fountain of the circle. We took photos and had little conversation about the place and its significance. Jerome left us and went back to his buddies to continue their
Sunday morning exercise. We then head towards the food stalls located near the organic market to eat breakfast. During our meal we contacted CJ to check if she’s on here way to the park since she did not render overtime. Before nine in the morning CJ arrived and we then proceeded to the Protected Areas and Wildlife Park.
To get more information of the park you can see the link below: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quezon_Memorial_Circle
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