13 May 2009
Laid out on a piece of fabric by the MRT station, for easy packing and setting up.
Plastic creepy crawlies for sale at 5 pesos each on this Pasay sidewalk. It's amazing how random street merchandise can be these days-- from fishing rods to power tools to mechanical dogs that do backflips. Makes you wonder about the personalities of those who invest in such products.
Cockroaches and centipedes.
Labels: philippines. metro manila
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