The town of San Diego described by Dr. Jose Rizal in Chapter 10 of the Noli Me Tangere is a microcosm of a typical Spanish pueblo or town. An interactive video presentation of the miniature San Diego comes to life in the Spanish period National Historical Institute.
I’m not sure what museum this picture was taken from (or was it at the National Historical Institute).
A brief note was written at the back of the picture.
The showcase for pre-conquest history of the Philippine includes a replica of the Manunggul jar, Ambahan writings on bamboo tubes, Calatagan jar and Laguna copperplate which contain ancient inscriptions.
If you are looking for activities to keep your kids busy this summer vacation, please check out the menu of activities available at La Mesa Ecopark. There are a lot of activities to choose from — swimming, fishing, zipline, biking, etc. The ecopark also offers educational tour packages/team building activity, and is open to special events and photoshoot or prenuptial shoot. A donation of P50 is paid at the entrance. Take note that special rates apply for Quezon City residents, senior citizens, QC students, and persons with disabilities (PWD).
La Mesa Ecopark is located in La Mesa Dam Compound, Greater Lagro, Quezon City. Please contact Randy Castro at telephone numbers 0908-7985741; 430-4051/4305207. Visit their Facebook page, www.facebook.com/lamesaecoparkofficial.
Boracay, the country’s major tourist destination, will have its soft opening next week. Boracay was closed last April to give way to the government program that would address the sewage and overcrowding problems that beset the island for so many years.
The Philippine resort island is located in Malay, Aklan.
Environment and tourism officials vowed to implement new rules and regulations for the visitors to observe while staying in the island.