Museo Apacible - Batangas

Located by the roadside of Calle Marcela Marino Agoncillo near Calaca-Lemery Highway in the town of Taal in Batangas, Museo Apacible is an ancestral house turned museum in Batangas' heritage town. Museo Apacible Museo Apacible Details Also referred to as  Apacible Ancestral House  and more formally as  Museo nina Leon at Galicano Apacible , this old house is now converted into a 2-floor museum displaying items owned by Leon and Galicano Apacible . It also shows a wall panel displays highlighting their life and career.  Museo Apacible - Taal, Batangas Welcome to the Museo Apacible   The historical marker of Leon Apacible So who is Leon and Galicano Apacible? Leon Apacible Galicano Apacible Leon Apacible was a judge of the Court of First Instance of the town of Batangas in 1886. He joined Gen. Miguel Malvar's forces and fought the Spaniards in 1897. With the establishment of the Revolutionary government, he was appointed as Finance Officer of Batang

Mt. Province Adventure: Sagada

Our adventure today takes us 395.7 kilometers north of Manila to the municipality of Sagada in the province of Mt. Province. Sagada Sagada History Literally located in the mountainous Mt. Province, Sagada is known for the unique tradition of placing the bodies of the respected deceased elders in coffins that are hanged at the sides of the cliffs. Aside from that, it is also a famous destination for the brokenhearted because of the popularity and connection brought by the film " That Thing Called Tadhana ". However, before we talk about the present fame enjoyed by Sagada , it is better to know first its colorful past.  Team Nicerio visits the Hanging Coffins of  Sagada Legend has it that Sagada was founded by a man from eastern Abra named Biag . His family was forced out of Abra by headhunters that raided their village. They resettled in Candon but left when the Spaniards enforced baptism and the system of giving names to the natives. During their "exodus&q

Palawan Crocodile Farm - Palawan

Located in Barangay Irawan in Puerto Princesa City in Palawan, the Palawan Crocodile Farm or  Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center is one of the most visited tourist attractions of the city. Palawan Crocodile Farm Palawan Crocodile Farm Established by environmentalists due to their passion and driven force to save the natural beauty of Palawan, Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center is home to several endangered animals and other rescue animals. Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center - Puerto Princesa City, Palawan Welcome to  Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center Check out how big that crocodile skeleton is This crocodile had great tattoos on him  Time to see baby crocs Hello baby crocs Not kawaii ! The baby crocs might jump and bite your nose off, hence the safety net. Hahaha! More than providing a safe haven for these animals, the conservation center also conducts researches on how to be able to save them fro

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