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  • 1. Secret Mission of Dr. Jose P. Rizal To observe keenly the life and culture, language and customs, industries and commerce, and government laws of the European nations in order to prepare himself for the mighty task of liberating his oppressed people from Spanish Tyranny.
  • 2. On May 3, 1882 : Rizal departed on board the steamer bound for Singapore;
  • 3. On Board the Steamer: 16 Passengers, including Rizal himself : ( 5 or 6 ladies, children and gentlemen) Rizal was the only Filipino, the rest were; SPANIARDS BRITISH INDIAN NEGROS
  • 4. Captain Donato Lecha A Spaniard from Asturias, Spain. Rizal described him as: “affable man, who is more refined than his own countrymen and colleagues.”
  • 5. On May 8, 1882 : The steamer Salvadora was approaching Singapore where Rizal saw a beautiful island. “TALIM ISLAND with the SUSONG DALAGA”
  • 6. On May 9, 1882 Salvadora docked at:
  • 7. Mt. Faber “Gives a panoramic view of Singapore’s Skyline.” The Jewel Box “Where glittering gems exists.”
  • 8. Tanjong Beach, Sentosa “A relatively hidden and unspoiled stretch of beach along Sentosa.” “The beach becomes exceptionally romantic at sunset, which explain its popularity as one of the top spots for wedding photography.”
  • 9. Keppel Bay “A recreation enclave near the city and Sentosa, boosting an urban waterfront, Keppel Bay is the ideal spot for or premier waterfront activities such as yachting and perfect for a day sipping your coffee or cocktails by the sea.”
  • 10. In SINGAPORE: Dr. Jose Rizal stayed for two(2) days at: Hotel de la Paz
  • 13. THOMAS STANDFORD RAFFLES Sir Stamford Raffles' Statue, sculpted by Thomas Woolner, is a popular icon of Singapore. The statue depicts Raffles, standing tall, arms folded, with an aura of quiet assurance. It was installed on Jubilee Day on 27th day of June 1887.
  • 14. On May 11, 1882: Dr. Jose Rizal left for Europe on board the French Steamer;
  • 15. On May 17, 1882: Djemnah reached ; Galle is a major city of Ceylon (Sri Lanka). Rizal wrote; “The general appearance of Point Galle is picturesque but lonely and quiet and at the same time sad.”
  • 16. On May 18, 1882: Djemnah reached ; Rizal wrote; “Colombo is more beautiful, smart and elegant than Singapore, Point Galle, and Manila.”
  • 17. From Colombo: Djemnah crossed the ;
  • 18. Also known as Ras Asir and historically as Aromata Promontorium, is a headland in the northeastern Bari province of Somalia. Rizal wrote; “Inhospitable land but famous.”
  • 19. Aden is a seaport in Yemen located by the eastern approach to the Red Sea some 110 miles east of Bab-elMandeb. Rizal discovered that Aden is hotter than Manila, but was amazed by the existence of Camels.
  • 20. “Suez is a seaport city in northeastern EGYPT located on the north coast of the Gulf of Suez.” Suez has three(3) harbors; 1. Adabya 2. Ain Sokhna 3. Port Tafwig “Rizal was impressed on the beautiful moonlight that reminded him of Calamba.”
  • 21. “Is an artificial sea-level waterway in Egypt, connecting the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. Opened in November 17, 1869. After 10 years of construction work, it allows transportation by water between Europe and Asia without navigation around Africa. When first built, the canal was 164 km long and 8 m deep. After multiple enlargements, the canal is 193.30 km long, 24 m deep and 205 m wide as of 2010.” It took five(5) days for Djemnah to traverse the canal.
  • 22. “Ferdinand Marie, Vicomte de Lesseps (19 November 1805 – 7 December 1894) He was the French (diplomat/ engineer) developer of the Suez Canal, which joined the Mediterranean and Red Seas in 1869, and substantially reduced sailing distances and times between the West and the East.”
  • 23. “Is a city that lies in north east Egypt extending about 30 kilometers along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, north of the Suez Canal, with an approximate population of 603,787 (2010).” “Rizal was fascinated to hear the multiracial inhabitants”
  • 24. On June 11, 1882: Djemnah proceeded its way to Europe and reached ; “Is the capital of Campania and the third-largest municipality in Italy, after Rome and Milan. As of 2012, around 960,000 people live within the city's administrative limits. “
  • 25. “Is a stratovolcano in the Gulf of Naples, Italy, about 9 kilometers east of Naples and a short distance from the shore.”
  • 26. “Is a historical edifice in Seville, southern S pain, now the seat of the presidency of the Andalusian Autonomous Government.” “Originally constructed as the seat of the Seminary School of the University of Navigators”
  • 27. On June 12, 1882: Djemnah docked at the French harbor; The site of the Old Port of Marseille. Original settlers set up a trading post or Emporion in the hills on the northern shore.
  • 28. Is a fortress (later a prison) located on the Island of If, the smallest island in the Frioul Archipelago situated in the Mediterranean Sea about a mile offshore in the Bay of Marseille in southeastern France.
  • 29. Born Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie, 24 July 1802 – 5 December 1870), Also known as Alexander Dumas, was a French writer, best known for his historical novels of high adventure. Translated into nearly 100 languages, these have made him one of the most widely read French authors in the world. Many of his novels, including The Count of Monte Cristo, and The Three Musketeers.
  • 30. On June 15, 1882: Rizal crossed Pyrenees and stopped at the frontier town of; “Is located near the French border in the Costa Brava region, and frequently serves as a dropping off point for SNCF trains coming from Cerbère in France.” “Rizal compared the Spanish and French Immigration officers.”
  • 31. On June 16, 1882: Rizal finally reached his destination; “Is greatest city of Cataluña and Spain’s second largest city.” “Rizal thought that the place was ugly, with dirty little inns, and inhospitable residents.”