For the 4 islands in Manila Bay that used to be the Manila Bay Defense Forts, Corregidor-Ft. Mills, Caballo-Ft. Hughes, Fraile-Ft. Drum, Carabao-Ft.Frank.
Zf093. This is the last picture of my visit, I actually only saw it on the 19th, Friday, the day of my departure. It is a new sign from the new CFI Management as to what the fees are. It is located where the boats from Bataan land, just inside the Fort Mills North Mine Dock, North Shore, Bottomside, Corregidor Island.Read More
Zf092. These trees were planted between the former Gen. MacArthur Café and the Saluting Battery Hill and are hanging in there. This is a view from the chapel, thru the trees, towards Bataan. Not sure that these are the right trees for this soil but they are hanging in there and I take a picture, every time I come to see how they are doing.Read More
Zf088. This is the entrance to the fuel storage of the former Fort Mills Malinta Hill Tunnel. It is also on the west side, a short distance behind the former Generator Building for the Video Light and Sound Show, when a contractor was running the show; near the main west entrance to the tunnel.Read More
Zf086. This is the West Entrance of Malinta Hill Tunnel. In the about last 4 years or so rock slides at this entrance has become a problem. Hence, we see the new sign re the rock slides and a warning to stay out of the area. I assume when they had the Video Light and Sound Show during my visit days that the visitors entered and departed from the East Entrance.Read More
Zf085. I then walked to the west entrance of Malinta Hill Tunnel and had a look at that South Road going around Malinta Hill. I had intention to walk on it but the foot trail on the South Road has also disappeared, so I cancelled that until my next visit. The Navy Tunnels can be reached this way, next time.Read More
Zf072. First a picture of the former Boardwalk restaurant, it is located just inside to former Fort Mills Mine Dock and at the sea wall where the boats from Bataan land. With the hotel closure and the closure of this place there is now only one eating place on the island, the employees cook for them self. The only eating place is the former MacArthur Café and is managed by the Corregidor Foundation Inc. (CFI) and they also manage the former Mac Arthur rooms for rent. See their Facebook page for information https://www.facebook.com/CorregidorNOWRead More