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Adrian G. Marshall's history of the vessel, “Nemesis: The First Iron Warship and Her World,” nearly washes the reader away with a flood of nautical arcana, detailing the differences between the jolly-boat, cutter, gig, dinghy and paddle-box boat
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It wasn't my first time to visit Zamboanga City. I used to fly there often when I worked as a marketing and training coordinator for a multi-level marketing company. Back then, I would usually take the earliest flight, conduct training or hold an event, and then fly to Davao the following day. or sometimes, even if I have a tiny window to explore the city, I would rather stay in my hotel room, fearing that I might get kidnapped or worst, be a bombing victim. I must admit I went through that phase when I felt the place is very unsafe. Earlier this year, my friend who is from Zamboanga told me nice stories about the city's month-long festival called Hermosa Festival, which annually takes place in October. "Zamboanga is safer than Manila," he said. Convinced, I said I should give it another try and started to look out for an affordable airfare to Zamboanga. Like an answered prayer, Cebu Pacific had a " piso sale" in May and I was able to book tickets for an amazing price of Php 584, roundtrip. My husband and two friends were also able to book their tickets. Just like that, we are off to Asia's Latin City. Nearing the date of our trip, I was already in touch with Zamboanga City Mayor Beng Climaco, who, by the way, is one of the nicest mayors I have ever spoken to--enthusiastic, warm, and very accommodating. Her love for the city and her constituents reverberates through every word she utters (even on email. Imagine, a lady running a progressive city in male-dominated Mindanao. Her team helped us with our itinerary and in finding a safe accommodation as well as providing security for our group. Our first destination for the day was the Merloquet Falls in the town of Vitali. Passing through vast rice fields, lush plantations, rolling hills, and coastal towns, our eyes feasted on the vibrant vistas of the Zamboanga Peninsula. Really, the images of terrorism and fear in my mind were instantly replaced by dreamy sketches of the city's rich and natural beauty. Why go to Zamboanga. After a two-hour drive, we finally arrived at Merloquet Falls' jump off point, where we trekked an easy concrete 373 steps to the falls. It rained the night before so water was not as clear but the synchronized flow of the water onto beautiful rock formations compensated for it. The sound of every drop was relaxing. Our group brought all the food and supplies (charcoal, ice, drinks, banana leaves, etc. ) because we were told that there are no restaurants nor convenient stores there where we could buy lunch. Mayor Beng's team took care of preparing the food we brought, boodle-style. After about two hours, we decided to leave Merloquet Falls so we could still explore more spots in the city. This was the most challenging part--going up the 373 steps again, with full tummy from the boodle fight. It really helped having an amazingly hyper tour guide to keep our minds away from the tiring climb. Exhausted from going up the 373 steps and with no ample sleep the night before, we all fell deeply asleep on our way back to the city. We woke up when we were in front of Alavar, a homegrown restaurant popular for its curacha (a crossbreed crustacean with a combined characteristics of a large sea crab and a big spiny lobster, commonly seen in Zamboanga and Sulu) dish in its... We were there to order the famous dish that we would bring the following day to Sta. A medium-sized serving which is good for about four people is priced at Php 850. You may also buy the sauce to take home for around Php 200+ per pack. Afterwards, we headed to Fort Pilar to pay our respect to the Our Lady of the Pillar, the patroness of the city. As our guide said, do not mistakenly think that "Pilar" is a name of a person (e. g. Pepe & Pilar). rather, it refers to the "pillar" where Virgin Mary stood on an apparition to the Apostle James the Great on the banks of Ebro in Zaragoza, Spain. Fort Pilar or Real Fuerza de Nuestra Señora del Pilar de Zaragoza is an al fresco pilgrimage site where many devotees flock year-round. It is also a 17th-century military defense fortress built by the Spanish colonial government and now a regional museum of the National Museum of the Philippines. The fortress is surrounded by manicured gardens, souvenir shops, and is just a stone's throw away from the reclaimed Paseo del Mar, our next destination. A cleaner and cozier version of Manila's baywalk (along Roxas Boulevard), Paseo del Mar is a perfect spot to watch.
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