Manila Philippines, Last Monday August 3, 2009 the Ayala Avenue in Makati once again mark a historic event, as the Peoples Funeral for Ninoy Aquino, that I read on history book when I was elementary, repeat itself and this time for the Former President Cory Aquino Peoples funeral march, I am one of the witnessed of that event as the people unite in showing respect for the Former President Cory Aquino, the confetti were all around, yellow and white confetti from the buildings that also put Yellow banner or it’s top floors to show thier condolences, I am really amazed on that day, yellow ribbon around the streets and people waiting for the funeral march hours before.
At the age of 76, Former President Cory Aquino died last Saturday, August 1, 2009 of cardiopulmonary arrest complications of Colon Cancer in Makati Medical Center.
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Tanay, Rizal Philippines is home to its prestigious well known falls the Daranak falls, it get its name during the Japanese days when the tanayans want to defend it from the invader they said “Dadanak ang Dugo” today the Tanay, Daranak Falls is one of the shooting hotspot location. Some of the biggest TV Series where shoot there like Mulawin, Encantadia, Sugo and kamandag.
Daranak falls is also having a sister falls up. Its name is Batlag falls, Batlag falls is more beautiful than daranak it is because of the huge tree and the sound of nature that you will fell. Don’t worry when you go there at daranak you can also go to batlag Falls, it near there. Only you will pay an additional entrance fee but its worthy.
Find yourself there and it is very relaxing, only 2-3 hour drive away from the east of manila.