Sorsogon Capitol’s Children’s Playground circa Nov’10


The view of the playground from the street. The tower is not an original structure of the playground, but the 2 slides are. And these slides are safer than the slides in patio, in front of the cathedral.

The bars in which kids would swing like monkeys. I guess, this is the only part of the playground that don’t need replacement.

The swing and the seasaw that seemed can’t be fixed. But back in my childhood days, you could actually play with it. But started to deteriorate around late 80s and the 90s.

The fence dividing the children’s playground and the shell tennis court.

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