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Saturday, October 2, 2010

Day 4,(L): The Former British Consulate at Fuerto San Domigo

6.25pm

Coming out from the Fort, i walked past a row of cannons.

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A variety in types of cannons. Got Chinese, European, and Brittish one.....

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The British Consulate - a colonial-style brick building, completed in 1891

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Shoot you.....the open area in front of the canon here used to be a tennis court in the old times. 

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Nothing much to see here as well. I just moved from one room to the other but it is definitely a nice place to take photo.

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Spot for the VR sign on the pillar thought. It stand for Victoria Regina. Google her if you are interested. Lol....
Part of the building was painted white....i wonder why....

Here's how the inside look like.....
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The kitchen
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Do you think the best cook in this world would still know how to function all these stuffs?

The dining area
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Going up.....
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The lamp left behind by the British.

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I found myself inside this room which have all sort of weird stuffs on display. All so suddenly the British consulate became more like a Japanese consulate.
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Yeah, train seat inside the room. They even played the train sound as background music to make it more lively.

I wonder it is really cold up here because i can see this in almost every rooms.
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The outside view is very pretty. Too bad visitor are not allowed to go out.
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Now, remember that てるてる坊主  i'd told you before??? Well, i finally found a place for it....although mine is a bit different from the rest....Spot it???
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On my way back i used another path just to check this old well out. Not much peoples here, i guess most of them doesn't know of its existence either.
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And of course....last but not least.....
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