A few days ago, I saw the photo of the footbridge in this blog post described in Facebook as “one of the weirdest project in the world.” The photo was taken out of context. It is in an MMDA park for children. Shame on us who are so quick to malign a worthwhile project, just because it is government that undertakes it. let’s be fair. I am not an avid fan of government per se, but let’s give credit where credit is due.
Last weekend, the Home Room kids had an educational trip at the MMDA Children’s Road Safety Park in Quirino Ave., Manila in line with their “Things That Go” topic. It was aimed to teach the kids about the signs they see on the road and basic road safety. I tried to google about the park prior to the field trip but all I saw were news releases about the opening of this park. I also tried to find it in google maps but it didn’t register. All I got was that it is in front of Manila Zoo and the address is Quirino Ave. cor Adriatico Street in Manila.
We came from Roxas Blvd. since the kids went on a Manila Bay cruise first before the MMDA park. So armed with the address and the knowledge that it is in front of Manila Zoo, we drove on. When we crossed…
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