I assumed heheh that there are some of you were wondering what I have done on Easter aside from attending the easter service. I did not go swimming like everyone I knew. No one bother to invite me, but then I may not join should they had to since I was not keen of going. While I was riding an mrt that day, I noticed kabayans in groups, others with their kids, in indication that they were heading to beach.
As the weather that day was not hot but cloudy with patchy drizzle, I decided to commune with nature. I have been eying to get lost in this place for quite some time but somehow it always slipped on my mind.
Fort Canning is not as grandeur as our Fort Santiago in terms of remains. The main entrance gate, arches and the perimeter walls are still intact and the only ones left from the past.
The main gate was aesthetically simple.
What is a port without a cannon to guard off the place. This is the only spot I had seen having one.
Tombstones some dates back 1521 on the wall still intact.
This is used to be a military barracks, now functions as a cultural venue. Back of this building, the one shown in the picture, is usually utilize for open ground concerts.
This outdoor escalator I think is equip with a sensor. It automatically stop when no one is using and will activate once someone approaches. First time I have seen one in a park.
Ahh what is a park if without lovers. I have spotted few in some isolated corners unmindful of others. Nope I did not bother to picture them, as I don't want you salivating, lol. I hope when its time for me with someone, they would do the same for us.