What started in 2006 as a way of leisure turned out to be a way of living life to its fullest!
I am a spelunker, trekker, adventurer, photo enthusiast, river rafter, motorbike and bike enthusiast, waterfalls chaser, playwright, poet, nature tripper, professor, lawyer, blogger, reviewer, and a lone traveler. I am a Filipino!
This is my life. TRAVEL!
Sunday, September 8, 2013
Tanauan City (My hometown)
Dawn at Tanauan City
Lying on the middle part of the tourist spots in Batangas, Tanauan City is bounded on the north by Calamba City, on the east by the town of Sto. Tomas, on the south by towns of Malvar and Balete, and on the west by Taal Lake and town of Talisay.
Simply stated, Tanauan City is my hometown and I am a proud Tanaueno!
And let me show you the tourist spots in Tanauan.
Apolinario Mabini Shrine
The Mabini Shrine is located in Barrio Talaga is about 7 kilometers from the city proper of Tanauan. On the left side of the museum, you can find a mock-up house of Apolinario Mabini’s natal residence. The house is made up of light materials like nipa (palm tree leaves). (https://plus.google.com/100192096398713033128/about?gl=ph&hl=en)
Jose P. Laurel's Birthplace and Memorial Library
Jose P. Laurel Memorial Library is located in A. Mabini Ave., Tanauan City, Batangas. The site keeps the personal property of the family of the late President Jose P. Laurel which now serves as a historical site and a public library.
Old Municipal Building and and Museo ng Tanauan
Formerly, the Municipal Hall of Tanauan, now it houses the Museo ng Tanauan.
View of Taal Lake
Taal Lake occupies so many towns in Batangas, and Tanauan City is one of those places. The lake can be seen in Barangays Banadero, Gonzales, Wawa, Maria Paz and Wani-Wani. Best spot is in Barangay Wawa.