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... color: rgb(250, 251, 251);">Radio Broadcast – Voice of Freedom – Malinta Tunnel – Corregidor – 9 April 1942:
“ Bataan has fallen. The ...
... and haribo were getting on wonderfully! We then got a surprise massage from the ladies in the village- my lady was called Emma. We were led to these flax and bamboo tables outside our hut, where we got a starlight oil massage - absolute bliss. A few games of cards followed, after yet another of Gerald's wicked meals, then we had another rainy night in our little flax hut. Day 4 We went for a kayak and then set off for yet more snorkelling. We pulled into this ...
UPDATE - Our Schengen Visa just arrived!--Yohoooo!
Legal Documents are really important to support our entry into the Netherlands.
the Holland Team arranged and carefully checked our documents—to make sure we have everything we need for the trip.
Just to Let You Know About How our Students Obtained ...
Corregidor is a small rocky island in the Philippines about 48
kilometers west of Manila which is stragetically located at the entrance of
Manila Bay. This island fortress stands as a memorial for the courage, valor,
and heroism of its Filipino and American defenders who bravely held their ground
against the overwhelming number of invading Japanese forces during World War II.
Also known as "the Rock," it was a key bastion of the ...
... stayed at my aunt and uncle’s house in Mandaluyong, one of the many municipalities that comprise the mega city. By the time we hit this leg of our journey, we were pretty exhausted. We contemplated day trips to hike Subic Bay or the volcanic Mt. Pinatubo, but decided against them. Instead, much of our time here was spent eating or in downtime, with a couple of excursions into the city with my cousin Vince.