A young man was walking at the intersection of Calle A Reyes and Calle Salcedo. 'Calle' means 'street' in Spanish. Because this city was built by Spaniards, the name of the street was Spanish. However, I didn't meet people who could speak in Spanish smoothly. By way of contrast to the fact, I met many locals who could speak in English. The Spanish era became a distant memory already.
Looking closer at the corner of the street, there was a dealer of Kawasaki which was a Japanese company.
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February 11, 2014
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