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Las Casas Filipinas & Mt. Samat

Bataan Historical & Heritage Day Trip

Mount Samat National Shrine (Tagalog pronunciation: ) or Dambana ng Kagitingan (Shrine of Valour) is a historical shrine located near the summit of Mount Samat in the town of Pilár, Province of Bataan, in the Republic of the Philippines. 667 more words

Heritage Tour

The family goes to the Shrine of Valor

Saturday
August 8, 2015

The last time my family traveled together was during our Cebu trip last June. Looking back, it’s been two months since, but finally we had an available weekend to spare and we got our butts into our cute family car and headed to Mt. 734 more words

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Beach-ing at Bataan

Yesterday, I just came home from Bataan. It was my first time visiting that place. It felt so rural to me. No offense to the natives. 1,636 more words

Time Machine. The Bataan Escapade.

Welcome aboard, fasten your seat belt and be ready as we will travel back in time in different periods to explore, learn, and experience new adventures. 846 more words

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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When in Bataan

It was sometime in January 2015 when we went to Bataan to experience its rich history and beautiful scenery.

If you’re thinking that Bataan is less appealing and less gorgeous than other places and you haven’t considered it in your list of must-see Philippines destinations yet, then you may want to squander your time in reading this post and I might persuade you to revisit your list. 1,359 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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