Sunday, November 6, 2011

At the Cross :)

Let's start with some intro:

Bataan Peninsula was the scene of harsh fighting between American-Filipino forces and the invading Japanese forces. On April 9, 1942, the Bataandefenders surrendered to the Japanese. About 70,000 U.S. and Filipino soldiers were captured.

The Shrine of Valor (Dambana ng Kagitingan) atop Mt. Samat in Pilar was built in 1966 in memory of those soldiers of World War II.

It consists of the “Colonnade”, a marble capped structure with an altar, esplanade and a museum. Inside the museum you can learn more about the battle of Bataanand the Death March that followed. The captured US & Filipino soldiers were forced to march more than a hundred kilometers from Bataan to Tarlac.

Where: Mt. Samat is only 130 km away from Manila and travel time is about two to three hours by land and an hour by ferry.




Meet my two tough brothers with their awkward pose haha :)
Finally got to show you my fringe booties! actually I got this from one of the thrift shops for almost months now, I just can't find the perfect timing on when will i show it you . And this mountain is just perfect for my cute little booties :)   I guess you'll be seeing these boots more often from now on..





Sorry for those too posy look, hahaha. Have noticed the length of the denim jumper are uneven??  I wasn't aware that I folded the left side a bit higher than the other haha :)

Wearing: Denim Jumper: Gift from nurse Veth, Silk Top: Thrift, Fringe Boots: Thrift, Boater Hat: Divisoria

I wish all a fantabulous week everyone :)

11 comments:

Arnie Villanueva said...

Hello Roxanne! :) Thanks for dropping by my blog. Followed you already! ♥ Anyway, I love your hat and fringe boots!! We can really find awesome stuff at thrift shops! :p You look good!

Xoxo,
Arnie
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joyce aparis said...

love your fringe boots! Thanks for checking my blog! Followed you!:)

roviedear said...

i like your shoooes <3 so cute!

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SunnyToast said...

The fringe shoes looks great with your boyish/girlish look:) Love your bag!


loving the brother bonding:)

Chyrel Gomez said...

I wanna go there someday and love your fringe booties!!

Fabrizia said...

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Gianella Peralta said...

You look so adorable in your rompers! :)

Shawn Giles said...

loving it! Those booties are AWESOME!!!!!!

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dina vanessa mercado said...

lovely pictures!!! you seemed to have enjoyed your trip there, so wanna go there. history has been made in that part of the country... lovely outfit... so love tha shoes and the hat... love your blog ,following you now.. hope you could visit my blog too... kissess!!!

mrs potts said...

fantastic shoes, the color is so trendy :)

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