Left Cagayan de Denaro at 1: 30 am for a extended trip to Dakak via the Fantasy Land Bus. The first stop was at COTTA in Ozamis City. Cotta is also known as earlier while the Triunfo, a natural stone fort constructed along the shores of Panguil Bay much more than two hundreds of years ago. The next stop was Robert Eatery and Travellers' Inn exactly where we took our breakfast. We arrived Dapitan City and went directly to Punto del Desembarko para Rizal, Barangay Sta. Jones, where Rizal disembarked from your steamer " Cebu” when he was expatriate in Dapitan. We also visited the relief map pf Mindanao, the Odaie Real Gun and the church where Rizal used to enroll in while on exile.
The lunch was spent in the Dapitan City River Cruise trip. After the Sail we traveled to visit the Rizal Shrine. We all checked-in at Dakak Recreation area and Beach Resort. We rested for a while and got the feel from the 5-star resort.
We have ready to go through the all-rides take care of at the Fausto Fanrtasy Land with buffet dinner, INCLUDING THE Horror Home and 5D experience.
This is the key historical landmark of Dapitan City. This refers to the more or much less sixteen (16) hectares house of Doctor Jose L. Rizal which will he acquired in Barangay Talisay and is approximately two (2) miles NW from the City Hall.
In August 1892, a Spaniard coming from Manila brought lottery entry pass to Dapitan. Dr . Jose Rizal, Capt. Ricardo Cruel, the habil military texas chief of Dapitan at that time and a Spaniard residing in Dipolog bought a ticket which luckily won on their behalf 20, 1000 peso. Rizal's share was 6, 2 hundred pesos. He gave 2, 000 pesos to his father and 200 pesos to Basa, his good friend in Hongkong. He used his outstanding winnings in operation and bought lands and built properties in Talisay which is now the Rizal Shrine.
In March 1893, Rizal transferred to Talisay. Later on, his mom Doña Teodor Alonso, his sisters, a lot of relatives and neighbors coming from Calamba, Olvido came and lived with him Talisay until 1896.
It was here...