Assuming you would like a detailed description of a day in the life of a Maynila local:
The day begins early in Maynila, with the sun rising over the cityscape at around 6am. The streets begin to fill with people as the morning rush hour gets underway. Many locals are headed to work, while others are off to run errands or take care of errands. The city is bustling with activity.
Around 9am, the streets start to quiet down as the morning rush dies down. Many locals are now at work, while others are taking a break at home or out and about in the city. The midday sun is beating down on the city, making it feel even hotter than usual.
In the afternoon, the heat begins to die down as the sun starts to sink towards the horizon. locals start to head home from work or finish up their errands. The city is still busy, but not as hectic as it was in the morning.
As the evening sets in, the city starts to quiet down. Many locals are at home with their families, while others are out enjoying the nightlife. The streets are relatively empty, except for the occasional car or pedestrian.
Midnight, the city is finally quiet. Most locals are asleep in their homes, and the only people out and about are those working the night shift. The streets are empty and the only sound is the occasional car driving by.