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They say that it is a replica of Mt. Krizeback of Medjugore, Yugoslavia. I havent been to Mt. Krizeback but going through Glory Hill in Isabela is almost like the real thing - you'd be out of breath by the time you have gone through the (larger than) life-size stations of the cross winding up the hill yet you'd be surprisingly spiritually alive with the spectacular view from the top. Also relaxing is the atmosphere of greeneries and flowers and the cool fresh air.
Bonus: The church looks like a mini-sydney opera house from the outside.
Blasphemy aside, have your pic taken between the disciples at the Last Supper and ask your friends to point out which one are you;)
To the left, going up the main road, there is a narrow road leading to a postcard-material parish priest residence. It is off limits but the view is worth the additional trek.
Written Aug 14, 2007