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These homemade railway carts in Manila help beat traffic and are cheap - but at what cost?
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mrs saripali Apr 5
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Didn’t know we have this in Manila. Diskarteng Pinoy. Good job 👍
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mrs saripali Apr 5
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safety first po tayo ha.
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jaffar nuhu Apr 5
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Thank you Aljazera... Some stories if not you we couldn't believe could exist.
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Kaveseli Apr 5
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Innovation and survival at it's best ☺️
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carl Apr 6
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Nicho Apr 6
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traffic at Manila is really suck. i cant blame this people doing this
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Pasukan Apr 6
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People risk their life for survival for decent meals yet there are people and their families living in corruption n illegal earnings
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dodong Apr 6
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train doesn't come every hour. And they are not speed trains. you can tell train is coming from a distance enough for you to jump off the cart .. I used to ride on this in Alabang.
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CitoyenQuatre Apr 6
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This should not be allowed... periode!
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Thajid Apr 6
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AbdurrahmanChoudhary Apr 6
Period*
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semper fi Apr 6
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Powered by human legs?
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Akinlawon Obasanjo 1 Apr 6
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it was very risk but is about to survive.
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