good to see they are using bamboo instead of cold hard concrete.
wow, this looks like an adventure.:p i love restaurants with this concept--makes dining a lot more interesting.:phave you been to Silangang Nayon in Pagbilao, Quezon? i posted some photos a while back.:p
It looks like it's going to be beautiful, Francisca. What a lovely idea.-- KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Hi Francisca, here's the link for Silangang Nayon.http://bilogangbuwanniluna.blogspot.com/2009/05/silangang-nayon-weekend-snapshot.html
Very nice! i hope the restaurant is worth the walk!
I've never seen anything like this - it's amazing!Happy Sunday to you Francisca:)
A nice way to walk off your dinner on the way back over the bridge, too!
Amazing!I'm always curious about this kind of bridge, imagine the work is almost handmade!Thanks for sharing!Léia
I'm not best friend with bridges, why this one not is my cup of tea ;-)But it's a masterpiece!
YIKES I hope bamboo is very, very strong! :)
Wow! That's impressing and beautiful! Very nice reflections too!
A bamboo bridge... Quite original :)
WOW!!! This one is just too cool. I would love to walk across this bridge to eat a delightful dinner. Was it ever completed? I have never thought of a bamboo bridge. It is lovely.
Wonderful image! And you got reflections, too.
it looks like it will be a covered bamboo bridge when it is all done!
I love the concept. Good way to lure customers.
It's graceful looking and a nice change from the usual for the Bridges meme ....thank you again for the world tour!It's been fun reading a few of your posts at once.
I've seen making this around statues for restoration purposes but a bridge, wow! Fantastic!
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