One of the few (relics) pictures I was able to scan. I hope I could upload and scan more pictures here (wish me luck)l. By the way, pardon the poor quality of picture.
I was able to reach this beautiful place of Cebu through a sponsored trip of the World Health Organization.
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I have been to Tacloban, Leyte on business many times but I never had the chance to enter the Santo Niño Shrine. I can only admire its beauty from afar.
Hubby was lucky that he was able to enter and explore the Shrine when he visited the place in 2008.
The Santo Niño Shrine used to be one of the 29 presidential rest houses of the late Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos. Behind the shrine is an Olympic sized swimming pool.
Santo Niño is a representation of the infant Jesus Christ. He is the patron saint of Leyte.
The image of Santo Niño is found at the far end of the entrance of the shrine. The shrine is located in Real Street, Tacloban City.
Paintings of the 14 stations of the Cross done by Filipino artists, wooden bas-relief of the legend of the First Filipino man-woman (Si Malakas at si Maganda); tastefully decorated guestrooms of varied Filipino motifs; image of the Holy Child; a collection of original paintings by Fernando Amorsolo; spacious ballroom; priceless. collector’s.
The kids and I spent a wonderful Saturday afternoon last week. We attended the first birthday celebration of my godchild Sati, the cute and bubbly daughter of my beloved friend Pehpot.
Each guest got this cute cloth bag from the host.
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