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Five Things Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar- Bagac, Bataan

If you need a break from it all, you need not go as far as Baguio. Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bagac, Bataan has everything you need for a quick recharge–the beach, a batis, and old Filipino houses that would take you back to the Spanish colonial era sans the friars and guardia civil. 1,568 more words

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ByaHestory: The Bataan Excursion

A hotel promo and a sudden whim to go out of the Metro for the weekend brought us to the province up the north – a historic little province called Bataan. 1,289 more words

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This Memorial Cross can be found in Mt. Samat National Shrine in Bataan, a historical province in the Philippines. The shrine was built as commemoration for the soldiers who died during World War II. 42 more words

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Bataan: A New Place for Pilgrims

After a week of downpour and promises of typhoon from weather updates, it’s a wonder to be given a weekend of fine weather. It’s August, and as it happens yearly, our parish hosted its 16th Parish Pilgrimage. 607 more words

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Bataan: Blaze of Bravery

A week ago, my mind keeps on bugging me on how to spend my holy week vacation. Still shocked with the turn-out of events and postponement of original plan of going to Bataan on Holy Thursday, we still continue on our trip the next day. 251 more words

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Grateful Project Day 99: Araw ng Kagitingan

April 9 is a holiday in the Philippines. It is the day we celebrate “Araw ng Kagitingan” (Day of Valor). We remember the bravery of the Filipino and American soldiers who fought against the Japanese invaders during World War II.  35 more words

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