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shots taken from places I've visited in the Philippines

Updated: 2018-03-07T12:57:16.322-08:00


Surallah's Roundball


Municipality of Surallah - roundball (rotonda) made by a famous artist Kublai Millan, same artist who made the sculptures in the famous Peoples Park in Davao City.

roundball statues

view of the shed from rotonda

view of the rotonda from the shed

another waiting shed.

rizal shrine


CASA REDONDA - The octagonal hut that served as Rizal's clinic and dormitory of some of his pupils.CASA CUADRADA - Rizal effected the construction of the house to accommodate the growing number of his pupil in his Talisay School. The area underneath the hut served as workshop of his pupils.CASITAS DE SALUD - Two little huts, each with a floor area of 70 square feet, are reconstructed with similar material as the main house. Each hut, one for male and the other for female, could accommodate 2 patients.CASA RESIDENCIA - Reconsructed in 1960, this rectangular house sheltered JOse Rizal from March 1893 until he left Dapitan on July 31, 1896. It has a bedroom and features a veranda on three of its four walls and a comfort room accessible through a bridge at the rear. On various occasions, the house also sheltered Rizal's mother Teodora, his sisters Trinidad, Maria and Narcisa and some nephews, his niece Angelica and his loved one Josephine Bracken.RIZAL'S KITCHEN - Reconstructed at the same time and with similar materials as the main house, the kitchen has a dimension of approximately 14 feet by 10 feet and is open on all sides from ways to facilitate airflow and prevent smoke from being trapped inside.MI RETIRO ROCK - The rock got its name from Rizal's poem "Mi Retiro" as it was sitting on it that he wrote the first few stanzas of the poem; also known as "Lover's Rock" since Rizal and Josephine Bracken has spent many Romantic moment on it.[...]

Fantasy Land


Fantasy Land, a photo by shutterstar11 on Flickr.

Dakak Beach Front


Dapitan City Philippines



touchdown, a photo by shutterstar11 on Flickr.
statue depicting Rizal's arrival in Dapitan.

St. John Church


St. John Church, a photo by shutterstar11 on Flickr.
Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte

just in front of this church is the map of mindanao the Dr. Jose Rizal made himself.

Sunset in Dapitan


Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte

falls no.2 (revisited)


falls, a photo by shutterstar11 on Flickr.
lake zebu, south cotabato

Gumasa Beach


White Haven Resort - Saranggani Province

Royal Palm Resort


Brgy. Puy puy Bay, Laguna

Altinell Beach Resort


San Fernando - Ticao Island, Masbate City

Mayon Volcano


Mt. Mayon - taken above Lignon Hills

Lignon Hill Observation Deck


(image) Legazpi City, Philippines

Embarcadero De Legazpi Lighthouse


Legazpi City, Albay

Wildlife Park


Wildlife Nature Park in Legaspi City

Legaspi City Airport


view of Legaspi Airport from Ligñon Hills

Daraga Church


(image) Old Church located in Daraga, Legaspi City

The Sentinel


(image) statue of Lapu-lapu, the first Philippine hero at Luneta Park Manila.

Luneta Park



Rizal Park is situated in the heart of the city of Manila, Philippines. It is at the northern end of Roxas Boulevard, overlooking Manila Bay.

Rizal Park's history began in the early 1800s during the Spanish rule. While Manila's social and business activities were confined within Intramuros, a small area just south of the walls was cleared to prevent sneak attacks from the patriotic natives. The area was shaped like a small moon (lunette) and thus was named Luneta. The Park was also called Bagumbayan (English: New Town) in Spanish colonial era, and later known as Luneta.

Luneta has been the site of some of the most significant moments in Philippine history . Among them are the execution of Dr. José Rizal on December 30, 1896, whose martyred death made him a hero of the Philippine Revolution. (It was officially renamed Rizal Park in tribute to him.); the Declaration of Philippine Independence from American rule on June 4, 1946; and the political rallies of Ferdinand Marcos and Corazon Aquino in 1986.

The monument also serves as the point of origin or Kilometre Zero to all other cities in the Philippines.(wikipedia)

Greenbelt Makati


(image) one lazy sunday, me and my workmate friends attended mass at greenbelt makati.. wala lang. its such a nice place, ill post other pics later.

The Manila Peninsula Hotel


(image) Ayala Avenue, Makati City

marvella tower


(image) koronadal city, south cotabato

Ayala Avenue


Early morning at Ayala Avenue

Sandigan Bayan


(image) Commonwealth Avenue



(image) taken along edsa avenue inside bus