Sunset Bay Beach Resort
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My beloved hometown contributes a big part of our history. I proud to present to you what can you see in San Miguel , Bulacan. Proud to be a Bulakeņa... :)
Place to visit:
- Biak-na-Bato National Park
Biak-na-Bato National Park is centered on a mountain gorge sliced by the Balaong River. Paniki or Bat Cave, said to be home of at least six species of winged mammals: kabag-kabag, ngusong kabayo, bungisngis, sibsib, bayakan and ...
... I noticed some of the pupils that had stayed late approach Uncle Bobby as we left and grab his left hand. They then touched there forehead on the back of it to give a blessing. Apparently this is normal to do to somebody that is older as a sign of respect. This was my new thing!
After that we went to Ravi's, Uncle Raffy and Auntie Elvie. Aunt Elvie put on a super spread of typically local but still familiar food. Until we got to pudding. Then it got a bit quirky. We ...
... 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 ...
... bravery erected to commemorate the gallantry of the soliders who died in defense of freedom in Bataan.
Built under the orders of the late President Ferdinand Marcos, who was a war veteran himself, the Shrine of Valor stands on a 73,665-hectare area at the highest point of the mountain. Completed and inaugurated in 1970 in time for the 25th anniversary of the end of World War II, the ...
... 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 ...