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... to see the self-flagellation. Lucky for me, it seemed this was not happening this evening, so we headed back when the rain began to fall quite heavily. Apparently it had been four months since the last rainfall - seems like our British presence had an effect! Up for a 7am breakfast of scrambled egg and some sort of sliced meat. We met a couple from Korea, Moon and Sujin, living and working in Manila, who would be joining us on our trip to Mt Pinatubo. We signed our lives away, met ...
... cheesy grin. It was hilarious! He roped in pupils, staff, security guards, tricycle riders, stall holders and even policeman as we walked around (as uncle Bob runs the school, he chooses when to work).
Uncle Bob was an amazing chap, extremely friendly and ensured Ravi had lots lined up for us. Uncle Bob was a self acclaimed fashionista. He wore brightly coloured outfits with matching shoes. Today was orange. He wore a polo shirt, knee length shorts, ...
... as well..:) sooo again welcome! and travel with me through pictures and captions;) XoXo Myatz :)
This Is my Second trip to La union.. since we were quite bored up on staying in Baguio so we decided to go to La union and went beach hopping.. I actually got some reviews from instragram of how Thunderbird Resort looks like.. its like chilling in a taverna in Santorini Greece:) yes Greece.. now ...
... annual Ligligan Parul (Giant Lantern Festival) showcases the city's most famous product - the lighted lanterns known as paruls. Pampanga's artisans are renowned for producing the country's biggest and most elaborate paruls and, every year, they are debuted in the Giant Lantern Festival where barangays compete against each other to be named the year’s winner. The festival began in San Fernando in 1908 and has ...
... the single largest surrender of U.S. and Philippine Forces ever. These forces were then led on the Bataan Death March.
The "march", or forcible transfer of 75,000 American and Filipino prisoners of war, was characterized by wide-ranging physical abuse and murder, and resulted in very high fatalities inflicted upon prisoners and civilians alike by the armed forces of ...