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Last Trip Abroad

chapter 23
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on 14 October 2012

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Chapter 23 Last Trip Abroad No longer had an exile, Rizal had a pleasant trip from Dapitan to Manila, with delightful stopovers in Dumaguete, Cebu, Iloilo, Capiz, and Romblon. He missed the regular steamer Isla de Luzon, which sailed to Spain the day before he arrived in Manila Bay. While waiting for the next ship for Spain, he was kept as a “guest” on board the Spanis Cruiser Catilla . The Spaña left Dumaguete about 1:00 pm and reached Cebu following morning. Rizal was fascinated by the entrance to Cebu Which he considered “beautiful”. At the house of Attorney Mateos He met an old couple whom he had known in Madrid.



“In Cebu”, he wrote in his diary, Rizal landed at Iloilo, went shopping in the city, and visited Molo.

Of the Molo church, he commented:

“The church is pretty outside and the interior in not bad, considering that it had been painted by a lad. The paintings are mostly copies of biblical scenes by Gustave Dore. Rizal visited

a friend and Former classmate, Herrero Regidor,

who was a judge of the province.

He also visited other friends, including the Periquet and Rufina families. While Rizal was patiently waiting on the cruiser Castillafor the next steamer to take him to Spain, portentous events accured, presaging the downfall of Spanish power in Asia


Rizal learned of the eruption of the revolution and the raging battles around in Manila through the newspapers he read on the Castilla. He was worried for two reasons:. From Dapitan to Manila
Leaving Dapitan at midnight, July 31, 1896, the España, with rizal and party on board, sailed northward. At dawn the next day (Saturday, August 1), it anchored at Dumaguete, capital of Negross Oriental.


“Dumaguete,” wrote Rizal in his travel diary,”spreads out on the beach. “I did two operations of strabotomy, one operation on the ears, and another of tumor”.


In the morning of Monday August 3, Rizal left cebu going to Iloilo. “the voyage was fine,” he wrote, “At the right we saw Mactan, an island famous for what happened to Magellan. Rizal misses Ships Going to Spain The Españaarrived in Manila Bay early in the morning of Thursday, August 6, 1896.

Writing Blumentritt later, rizal mentioned the episode, “Unfortunately”, he said, “I did not catch the mail ship for Spain, and fearing that my stay in Manila for a month might bring me troubles I made known to the governor general, while remaining on board the ship (España – Z.). of my wish to be isolated from everybody, except my family”. Near Midnight of the same day, August 6, Rizal was transferred to the Spanish cruiser Castilla, by order Governor General Ramon Blanco Outbreak of the Philippines
Revolution (1) the violent revolution which sincerely believe to be premature and would only cause much suffering and terrible lost of human lives and property had started and

(2) it would arouse Spanish vengeance against all Filipino patriots. Departure For Spain On August 30, 1896, the day when the state of war was proclaimed in the eight provinces, Rizal received from Governor General Blanco two letters of introduction for the Minister of War and the Minister of Colonies, With a covering letter which absolve him from all blame for the raging revolution


On September 2, 1896, the day before his departure for Spain, Rizal, on the
Castilla, wrote to his mother. Rizal in Singapore. “I have observed some changes: There are more Chinese merchants and less Indian . . . I bought a Chinese gown . . . Singapore has changed much since I saw it for the first time in 1882. Victim of Spanish Duplicity Great hero and genius that he was, Rizal proved to be as gullible as Sultan Zaide, another victim of Spanish intrigue.

greatest mistakes:

to believe that Governor General Blanco was a man of honor and a friend Rizal Arrested Before Reaching Barcelona. The Isla de Panay, with Rizal on board, left Singapore at 1:00 pm, September 8.


On September 25, he saw the steamer Isla de Luzon, leaving the Suez Canal, crammed with Spanish troops.

There was nothing official yet about this impending arrest; it was still merely shipboard gossip. On September 29, Rizal wrote in his travel diary: “There are people on board who do I’m going to become a legendary personage.” Arrival in Barcelona as a Prisoner About 6:25 p.m., September 30, the steamer anchored at Malta.

Being confined to his cabin, Rizal was not able to visit the famous island-fortress of the Christian crusaders. I saw through a tiny window. On October 3, at 10:00 o'clock in the morning, the Isla de Panay arrived in barcelona, with Rizal a prisoner on board. The trip from Manila to Barcelona lastedexactly 3o days. He was kept under heavy guard in his cabin for three days.

His jailor was no longer the ship captain but the Military Commander of Barcelona, whohappened to be General Eulogio Despujol
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