Adventures in the Philippines:

Philippinos are a happy people. They live life, eat well, work hard and share family values.
The links below connect to the photographs taken to tell the many stories of
D. Wayne Dworsky's
Adventures in the Philippines
June 14 to June 21, 2007

Welcome to Adventures in the Philippines Photo Directory

Corrigidor Island
American and Philippine troops fought side by side in 1942 keeping the Japanese at bay during World War II.

Bataan Samat
This cross atop Mount Samat represents a shrine of ?????. It rises some 500 feet above the summit of the mountain

Two photos of the Philippines' flags and one photo of the American and Philippines flags side by side represent the battles fought at Corrigidor Island during the Second World War as displayed at the administration building. A single American flag adorns the Pacific War Memorial grounds.

Mt. Pinatubo
This collection views the many facets of Mt. Pinatubo, which erupted June 15,1991. The resulting Lahars of 1995 spread ash miles from the eruption site, burying villages along the way, some up to 6 meters deep.

Remy's House
A typical Philippine family house in ?????.

The Jeepneys
These are the classic getting around town vehicles that you can see all over the Philippines. The bumby rides they provide come often, are swift and costs just pennies....

LOL's Garment Factory
Philippine workers laboring in LoL's garment factory.

Mother Teresa of Calcutta Medical Center
Mother Teresa was best known for her life-long missionary work as a volunteer in Calcutta. This medical center honors her with her portrait.

Alauli Elementary School
Jusdt a typical elementary school in the Philippines.

The Libraries in the Philippines
Angeles City Library & Pampanga Provincial Library both have a vast storehouse of American and English literature. English is one of the official languages of the Philippines.

San Guillermo Parish Church
This is the site of the famous church that was destroyed by the 1995 Lahar that buried several villages as a result of flowing volcanic ash from Mt. Pinatubo's 1991 eruption.

Departure to Tai Pei
Here we see many young Filippina ladies preparing for their journey to Tai Pei to work in various industries.

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