The other day we were driving around looking for a facility that would work for our upcoming youth camp. We ended up taking a route that led us quite a distance from the city into a more rural area. I had just decided we had gone far enough in this direction and was looking for a place to turn around when we saw these children on a bridge.
As you can tell, they thought it was funny that I was taking a picture of them. At one point, the little boy on the right was pulling the hair of the girl just in front of him trying to get her to look at us. They were having a good laugh.
Apparently, they were either on their way to pick something up or had just dropped something off. Even though the road was not that busy it is still hard to believe that they were this far away from any houses or other buildings and obviously had been traveling along this road. Not having shoulders or sidewalks, they would have just been using one of the lanes. Amazing.
As we left I told them, “magandang gabi” and they began laughing again. As I pulled away from them it dawned on me (or maybe my wife reminded me) that although it was only around 2:00pm, I had just told them to “have a good night.” What I should have said was, “magandang hapon”, meaning “have a good afternoon.” Oh well, they probably needed the laugh.