We’re looking at a quiet Holy Week this year. We will all be staying home this time. No trips outside the city to some cooler place, no long bus ride going up to the city of pines and lounging around the wooden buildings of Camp John Hay whose architecture which remind me of the condominium buildings at the Branson hotels.
But there will be an out of town trip on Tuesday the 18th, as I’ll be going with Sam’s group to Corregidor for the commemoration of the infamous Jabidah Massacre. It will be an early assembly just a few hours after midnight on the 18th to start the bus trip to Bataan and over the water to Corregidor. It will be my first trip back to the island in more than 30 years.
Last time I went to Corregidor was by way of the LT-97, courtesy of a friend of my aunt who just happened to be an army colonel.
I don’t remember much of the trip, just vague memories of having seen the entrances to the tunnels and being told about Battery Way by the tour guide.
It would be good to go there again.