But, as I found out today, it is not so bad on Saturdays.
|Hurray! No busy, harried crowd.|
I have decided, on a whim, to visit the Ayala Museum. I've been there 2 years ago, but haven't really gotten the chance to savor the visit since it was a field trip and we were on a tight schedule. This time, my time's my own, and I took it.
I've gotten off the other end of Ayala Ave so I can have a bit of a distance to cover on foot
|It's an up-down walk, as streets are connected by underpasses like these.|
The second exhibit showcased abstract paintings. I just breezed through this because I don't really get abstract painting, even when there are descriptions that talked about "poetry in lines".
The third exhibit was the most interesting for me, as it showcased gold gotten from archaeological sites from all over the Philippines. It featured all kinds of ancient artifacts made of gold: from death face mask to heavy, braided belts. There was also a documentary talking about the collection and a bit of history.
|INK exhibit is cute! :)|
After the museum, I walked around Greenbelt area, then walked all the way to the bus stop in EDSA. It was an educational and artsy Saturday, and I daresay, a well spent one. :)