CWBC: Things to Drive

My short drive to work allows me to enjoy not only the beautiful views of our island but also the everyday scenarios of the locals’ lives and ways. Here are the vehicles or the Things to Drive snapshots I took that tell stories of struggles and existing. Most of them are parked in the roadside after a hard day work. The owner’s or drivers are either resting nearby or simply leave them for a night. Good thing, these things are safe from thieves. People in the island are honest… most of the time! πŸ˜€

This is never left on the roadside for a night. I always take care of what’s mine. πŸ˜€

Published by Elise Daffobelle

Mom Home-maker Teacher With Him I can never fail, Without Him I am nothing! All things written and posted by me is for the Glory of the Almighty.

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