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The Travels of Jose Rizal
Transcript of The Travels of Jose Rizal
Rizal arrived at Colombo and in the evening the trip was resumed
It was Rizal’s journey to Colombo, Sri Lanka that was important for him to improve his knowledge of the French language while on board a French ship, Djemnah.
COLOMBO, SRI LANKA
En route through the Suez Canal, Rizal got off at the Red Sea terminal and was amazed by the impressive moonlight scenery in Suez and was engrossed with the multicultural people and language of the place.
May 9, 1882- The Salvadora docked at Singapore
The first stop over of Rizal on his way to Spain is Singapore, which he spent for sightseeing the city including its famed Botanical Garden, Buddhist temples, the monument of Sir Thomas Stanford Raffles, the founder of Singapore.
May 3, 1882
Rizal left Philippines to complete his studies in Spain. He boarded the Salvadora using a passport of the name Jose Mercado.
ASIDE FROM COMPLETING HIS STUDIES, RIZAL HAD A “SECRET MISSION"
-Observe the life & culture, customs, governments & laws of European nations in order to prepare himself in the task of liberating the Filipino people from Spanish tyranny
Rizal’s departure was kept secret to avoid detection from Spain authorities and the friars
In June 11, 1882
Rizal went around the city of Naples. This
was the first European ground he set foot on.
13 June 1882
Rizal arrived early in the morning
and boarded at the Noalles Hotel
15 June 1882
He left for Barcelona in an express train
HIST 17 RIZAL LIFE, WORKS & WRITINGS
He met some Filipinos in Barcelona
He wrote his first article ("Amor Patrio")
abroad. It was published in Diarong
He didn't like Barcelona at first, but later on
learned to love the city
Rizal received a sad news from the Philippines
Rizal studied in Universidad Central de Madrid
Rizal then had a love affair with Consuelo Ortiga y Perez, the daughter of Don Pablo.
He stayed at the Hotel de Paris, but
then moved to a cheaper hotel.
He was amazed by the attractive scenery &
he often visited museums
After departure for Spain, things turned from bad to worse in Calamba.
GERMANY (Berlin, Heidelberg, Leipzig, Dresden)
He visitid Paris &Germany to specialize in opthalmology
He still hasn't forgotten about his "secret
He stopped over at Barcelona, on his way to Paris, to visit his friend Maximo Viola
He met friends in Germany
He met Dr. Feodor Jagor author of Travels in the Philippines, a book that Rizal admired because of its keen observances in the Philippine setting.
With the help of Maximo Viola, who gave him the necessary funds to publish the novel, Noli Me Tangere was published.
During the printing of the Noli, the chief of police Berlin paid a sudden visit to Rizal’s boarding house. The chief asked for Rizal’s passport
Accompanied by his friend Viola
They visited Blumentritt
Rizal decided to return to Barcelona
Rizal & Viola arted ways in Geneva
After a week of staying in Rome, he
prepared to return to the Philippines.
He had already written to his father that
he was coming home.
To improve his knowledge of the English language.
London was a safe place from the attacks of Spanish tyranny
He was a boarder of the Beckett family.
Fell in love with Gertrude Beckett
Rizal also wrote his first article in La Solidaridad, a patriotic newspaper founded by Graciano Lopez Jaena
society founded by Rizal in Paris was the R.D.L.M. Society. The aim of the secret society is the propagation of all useful knowledge in the Philippines. Another aim is the redemption of the Malay race.
In Brussels Rizal was busy writing his second novel “El Filibusterismo”.
Rizal received news that the Filipinos in Spain were destroying the good image of their nation
The Calamba agrarian trouble was getting worse. The management of the Dominican hacienda continually raised the land rents.
Rizal planned to go home.
His life was full of misfortunes
Rizal sought the help of the Filipino colony to protest the injustices of the Dominicans
He further learned from Saturnina’s letter that their parents had been forcibly ejected from their home.
Rizal took a vacation in the resort city of Biarritz on the fabulous French Riviera. He was the guest of the Boustead family.
He had finished the last chapter of
his second novel, El Filibusterismo.
Rizal was in-love with Nellie Boustead,
a daughter of the Boustead family.
On July 5, 1891, Rizal left Brussels for Ghent a famous university city in Belgium.
He stayed at Ghent because the cost of printing is cheaper.
After the publication of El Filibusterismo, Rizal left Europe for Hong Kong.
Rizal had good and bad impressions of the United States
He left New York for Liverpool on board the City of Rome. He was onboard in a steamer which was “the second largest ship in the world”—the Great Eastern.