I found this sari-sari store (an all kind, small food store) along a private subdivision. It caught my interest because the structure of the store is very unlikely of the usual one (at least from the one I usually see). This store is square and made of hollow blocks with a very little window for display. One needs to poke his/her head inside to see the goods. Sari-sari store is perhaps one of the most ubiquitous establishments here in the Philippines. It's a good way to start a small business. It's also considered a good business because a sari-sari store usually have everything and one can buy it by pieces unlike in the grocery stores where one has to buy it by packs. And since these little stores are almost everywhere, housewives need not to go back to the grocery stores in case they forgot to buy the soy sauce or some salt. Nowadays, sari-sari stores are not limited to selling foods, most often they'll have everything, from medicine to needles, from a stick of cigarettes to a pack of coal (for the barbecue). From batteries to a plastic cover for your book. Even 7-11 couldn't beat that.
No wonder Sidney used the name for his blog. Awesome choice.
Last night was perhaps the busiest sky I've seen. Such an immense gathering of stars, and the moon, god, have you seen the moon lately?