21 comments

  1. Makoy says:

    It was a magnificent view from above the Our Lady Regina Rosarii. It’s a good place to reflect during the Holy week. It was a surprise to see some monkeys.

  2. Belle B. says:

    Nice article sis, my relatives have been there a couple of times, maybe next time I really have to go. 🙂 It looks so solemn. Thanks for sharing this experience.

  3. Chubskulit Rose says:

    That’s one of the many things I miss about our country, madaming ganyan unlike here. Meron din dito but it’s far from us so church lang talaga nakakapagworship. Love your little girls free spirit!

  4. SassyChick says:

    The place looks beautiful and so peaceful. I’m sure pilgrims who visit the place will feel its serenity. It is indeed the perfect place for contemplation and reflection. I hope I can visit it someday.

  5. kimmy says:

    we’ve lived in Sampaloc, Tanay Rizal during the late 70’s, probably long before the shrine was built. it would be very nice if i could go back there and pay a visit..

  6. Ane says:

    What an awesome place to visit with the family, cannot wait to visit this place when I get the chance, perhaps this April, I think my sister’s condo is near the area, will definitely keep this in my list of to-go-to’s this summer! 🙂

  7. Bless says:

    This surely is a place for contemplation and solemn prayer. Hoping this place will be preserved for many years to come. Thanks for sharing.

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