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A winding queue of passengers on a rainy afternoon could be a hotbed for impatience to set in. But it seems they are in good disposition as they are bound home for the holiday season.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

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Arguably the highest makeshift store in Cebu, this shanty is built to serve the residents and tourists climbing Osmeña Peak. The store sells easy refreshments and, surprisingly, squashes.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

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The motorcycle rickshaw, locally called tricycle, has taken many forms and designs depending on where it plies. See the frontmost seat where passengers could have been slapped by the cold breeze first-hand? This one services the inhabitants of the vast sugarcane plantations in La Carlota.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

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They come and go: north-bound and south-bound metro trains meet while in transit. There is an urban legend I heard from the film Kiseki (2011) that the intense energy created by two trains passing by each other can grant the wishes of someone witnessing it. It is only possible for fast-travelling trains, the likes of a shinkansen, though.

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Photo by I.R. Arenas