Nanaygon!

 

I went to Colon this afternoon and I saw this amazing duo who played awesome music. I’m not exactly sure what type of instrument they were using but it was very similar to a xylophone. Anyways, the duo,  who turned out to be a granddad and his grandson, said that the instrument is very hard to make.

To take advantage of people’s generosity this season, they decided to attach the instrument to their bike. This makes it a lot easier for them as they could easily move to a place where it’s more crowded.

Well, I must say  that they really play well. Brilliant, in fact. And the coins came in non-stop. Such a good way to earn this holiday, don’t you think? Well, if you have the talent, of course. Hehehe.

100_2404 by you.

 Watch their video after the jump.

Amazing duo!

100_2409 by you.

Here’s the video.

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