This category describes different geographic places in Central Luzon. I live in Olongapo, Zambales and the provinces of Central Luzon are close and are visited most often by me. So much material from this area will be shown here.
This Philippine Army Artillery Monument was established after WWII. In the process the two old Camp Dau, later Camp Gen. Del Pilar, (pre WWII) upright shells were incorporated. It is located in the Clark Freeport, the former Clark Air Base and Fort Stotsenburg before that. Zc442. The Golden Gate of Camp Dau, at barangay Dau. […]Read More
Trip to the Angat Dam in Bulacan 2018-02-27 Ca048. The Angat Dam and Hydro Power Plant 2018-02-27. This was a trip with a friend to explore the eastern side of Bulacan Province. We wanted to look at all three water dams of the Angat River System because they are so vital to life of the […]Read More
Trip to the Ipo Dam in Bulacan This was a trip with a friend to explore the eastern province of Bulacan. We wanted to look at all three water dams of the Angat River System because they are so vital to life of the people in Metro Manila. During WWII the liberation and capture of […]Read More
Biak-na-Bato National Park I live in the Philippines and its history interests me. On the 26th Feb. 2018 friends and I visited the province of Bulacan. Our first stop was the Biak-na-Bato National Park. Obliviously it is a large site and we only checked on the location, because we had other goals. But we made […]Read More
The 76th Anniversary of the Fall of Bataan was remembered and commemorated on Mt. Samat. Today this solemn day is called; Araw ng Kagitingan at Mount Samat National Shrine, Pilar, Bataan. VIPs were the Executive Secretary Salvador C. Medialdea, the Japanese Ambassador, the No.2 man of the American Embassy, Bataan Governor Garcia, Ilocos Norte Governor […]Read More