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Time for an #adventure ! #gopro  (at Adventure Land)

Time for an #adventure ! #gopro (at Adventure Land)

mistressazariel:

curious-andcuriouser:

This photo should be on everyone’s blog at least once.

I wish they would recreate this picture with how they are now 

mistressazariel:

curious-andcuriouser:

This photo should be on everyone’s blog at least once.

I wish they would recreate this picture with how they are now 

(via robot)

laughparty:

this speaks to me on so many levels

Why from the ti… ಠ_ಠ

laughparty:

this speaks to me on so many levels

Why from the ti… ಠ_ಠ

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The Colonnade

Dambana ng Kagitingan (Shrine of Valor), Mt. Samat, Bataan

The shrine was built in honor of the Filipino and American soldiers who died during the Battle of Bataan against the Japanese. 

The colonnade resides below the Cross. It is a marble-clad structure surrounded by an esplanade. Two lateral walls contain a narrative entitled the “Battle of Bataan”. The interior of the colonnade houses an altar and three stained-glass murals designed by Cenon Rivera and executed by Vetrate D’Arte Guiliani. Beneath the colonnade is the war museum that houses artifacts, photos, arms, and memorabilia from the war.

Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Samat_National_Shrine

The Memorial Cross

Dambana ng Kagitingan (Shrine of Valor), Mt. Samat, Bataan

The shrine was built in honor of the Filipino and American soldiers who died during the Battle of Bataan against the Japanese. 

The cross, standing at 92 meters, can be climbed to reach the view deck lined along the arms. The base is surrounded by sculptural slabs entitled Nabiag na Bato by national artist, Napoleon Abueva.

Fort Santiago, Intramuros

Fort Santiago was the first citadel that had been built under the command of the Spanish conquistador, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi. It had been built as part of the walled city, Intramuros, which was the seat of power during the Spanish colonial era.

Today, it stands as a remnant of the might of the Spaniards during the 18th century. The fort houses the Rizal Shrine museum, containing a collection of memorabilia of the national hero of the Philippines, Jose Rizal.

Caritela (a smaller variety of the Calesa)

This was one of the modes of transportation introduced in the Philippines by the Spanish colonizers back in the 18th century. Only high-ranking officials and noblemen could ever afford to have them in their stable.

Today, they roam the streets of Roxas Boulevard, Manila as a tourist attraction. 

What if my career takes me to the skies?

The window with the ever changing view. The office that rides the clouds. The destinations around the world. The spirit of adventure.

Fuzzy Underwater

Time for an #adventure ! #gopro  (at Adventure Land)

Time for an #adventure ! #gopro (at Adventure Land)

foxnewsofficial:

please
mistressazariel:

curious-andcuriouser:

This photo should be on everyone’s blog at least once.

I wish they would recreate this picture with how they are now 

mistressazariel:

curious-andcuriouser:

This photo should be on everyone’s blog at least once.

I wish they would recreate this picture with how they are now 

(via robot)

laughparty:

this speaks to me on so many levels

Why from the ti… ಠ_ಠ

laughparty:

this speaks to me on so many levels

Why from the ti… ಠ_ಠ

(Source: lilium, via robot)

The Colonnade

Dambana ng Kagitingan (Shrine of Valor), Mt. Samat, Bataan

The shrine was built in honor of the Filipino and American soldiers who died during the Battle of Bataan against the Japanese. 

The colonnade resides below the Cross. It is a marble-clad structure surrounded by an esplanade. Two lateral walls contain a narrative entitled the “Battle of Bataan”. The interior of the colonnade houses an altar and three stained-glass murals designed by Cenon Rivera and executed by Vetrate D’Arte Guiliani. Beneath the colonnade is the war museum that houses artifacts, photos, arms, and memorabilia from the war.

Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Samat_National_Shrine

The Memorial Cross

Dambana ng Kagitingan (Shrine of Valor), Mt. Samat, Bataan

The shrine was built in honor of the Filipino and American soldiers who died during the Battle of Bataan against the Japanese. 

The cross, standing at 92 meters, can be climbed to reach the view deck lined along the arms. The base is surrounded by sculptural slabs entitled Nabiag na Bato by national artist, Napoleon Abueva.

Fort Santiago, Intramuros

Fort Santiago was the first citadel that had been built under the command of the Spanish conquistador, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi. It had been built as part of the walled city, Intramuros, which was the seat of power during the Spanish colonial era.

Today, it stands as a remnant of the might of the Spaniards during the 18th century. The fort houses the Rizal Shrine museum, containing a collection of memorabilia of the national hero of the Philippines, Jose Rizal.

Caritela (a smaller variety of the Calesa)

This was one of the modes of transportation introduced in the Philippines by the Spanish colonizers back in the 18th century. Only high-ranking officials and noblemen could ever afford to have them in their stable.

Today, they roam the streets of Roxas Boulevard, Manila as a tourist attraction. 

What if my career takes me to the skies?

The window with the ever changing view. The office that rides the clouds. The destinations around the world. The spirit of adventure.

Fuzzy Underwater

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