To get to Malolos, Bulacan you have to travel 45 kilometers north of Manila .. And that's how I get my fourth stamp.
Kamestisuhan District (Women of Malolos Marker / Bautista House), Sto. Niño St., Malolos, Bulacan is where the site of the school of the Women of Malolos whom Rizal wrote to on February 22, 1899 from London. And the Bautista House is where Rizal is said to have visited when he was recruiting members for the La Liga Filipina on June 27, 1892.
On the first floor of Casa Real you can find the huge wall painting of the Women of Malolos
I never heard of Apag Marangle .. It was during our Subic-Pampanga trip when on our way home we were thinking to have an early dinner since we know that we'll arrived Manila a little late .. And no one got any idea where to eat .. So I suggested we passed by San Fernando so we can have a lot of choices .. We don't even know where we are already .. lol .. Along the way we saw some posters on the post about Apag Marangle so we decided to give it a try .. so some of us are looking of the left side and the others on the right side of the road .. looking for it .. It's actually in Bacolor, Pampanga as their signage states .. :)
Just right across the Rizal Shrine is the San Juan Bautista Church where I got my 3rd stamp.
|my 3rd stamp - San Juan Bautista Church|
"San Juan Bautista Church - where Jose Rizal was baptized in the church by Fr. Rufino Collantes"
For my 2nd Stamp, I got it from the Rizal Shrine in Calamba City, Laguna. Along with CS Manila who is also into Lakbay Rizal 150 we've come up with a Laguna Leg and more than 10 people signed up but unfortunately due to non-stop rain only 5 of us make it. And we are blessed enough because the moment we entered Laguna Area the rain has stopped in the area. :)
|2nd Stamp - Rizal Shrine, Calamba City, Laguna|
I got my first Lakbay Rizal 150 stamp at Fort San Pedro in Cebu City the night before the 150th birthday of Dr. Jose Rizal.
|my Lakbay Rizal Pasaporte :)|
In order to understand my upcoming posts I believe this intro must be posted as well .. Its quite late for this one but it'll connect with some of the trips i've done (in short backlog .. lol) ..
The Lakbay Jose Rizal @ 150 is a project of an inter-agency group along with Department of Tourism in commemoration of our National Hero Dr. Jose Rizal's 150th birth anniversary. The objective is to rediscover the places that makes a great significance in Dr. Jose Rizal's life.