Monday, March 14, 2011

Daily life after the quake



Closed gas stations, a monster line to a gas station that is open (gasoline is being rationed now), closed train station (still no train service here), closed restaurants and empty store shelves.

9 comments:

lina1975 said...

The sight of those empty shelves...

VP said...

A monster line but still a line. Here it would be an absolute chaos...

robert said...

Patience and good thoughts for you.

daily athens

Jeanette Patindol said...

Hi A! This is Jeanette, Doddie's friend. We'll be able to send the stuff you requested from Bacolo, Philippines by March 18 yet. We hope you will still find them useful.

Jeanette Patindol said...

Bacolod, I meant. Sorry.

Tricia said...

It's heartbreaking to see everyone suffering so severely, especially the lack of food... I'm so terribly sorry for what's happening in Japan... I just can't comprehend it all... Peace be with Japan & God bless you all!!! =)

Oakland Daily Photo said...

How do you manage with no food in the stores, no gas at the pump, and no electricity?

JasmineTea said...

Very orderly ... in my country would not be possible order of vehicles like this.
why not try using a bicycle?
~*~
by the way, I am sorry about the disaster that befell Japan.
# PrayForJapan

musings said...

I'm so sorry... My relatives in Sendai have very little water right now and sporadic electricity. They said they don't have milk for their baby or diapers. I can't imagine what I'd do in that situation. I'm really thinking about our disaster preparedness.

Related Posts with Thumbnails