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Rock Icons/Colorful Jeepney Art (Montalban - Cubao)
Just when Tutubi thought colorful jeepneys are a thing of the past when jeepney operators have the money to paint jeepneys and install borloloys in them, Tutubi noticed a colorful jeepney sporting the faces of rock icons of the ages.
Can you name some of them?
It seems these jeepneys plying the Cubao - Montalban route still have the colorful designs. There were several other jeepneys Tutubi saw but never was able to take a good look or a picture unlike this one who incidentally blocked the corner of the road leading out of Avilon Zoo.
can you guess the names/bands of these rock icons?
the other side
Tutubi loves rock music, but his musical taste ranges from classical to heavy metal-- he van actually connect with almost all kinds of people :P
cebu and davao don't have much jeepneys but AUVs. here in Manila the borloloys and colorful ones are disappearing, usually now old and rundown. i like the cubao-montalban route with jeepneys colorful is the norm :P
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