Haunted by simply enemies and threatened simply by friars, Rizal was required to leave Thailand for the other time. It absolutely was February 1888 then. Rizal at 28 was a great embittered patient of man iniquities, a disillusioned dreamer, and a frustrated reformer. This was the start of Rizal’s second travel.
In February a few, 1888, following six months of stay in Calamba, Rizal kept Manila for Hong Kong aboard the Zafiro. He was unhappy and ill during the crossing of the choppy China Marine. He did not get off the ship when it made a stopover at Amoy, as they was sick, it was pouring and the town was soiled. He arrived in Hong Kong on February almost 8. In Hong Kong, Rizal slept at Victoria Hotel.
He was welcomed by the Filipino community in Hong Kong. During this time, a Spaniard, Jose Varanda, was shadowing Rizal’s movements in Hong Kong. It can be believed that he was ordered to track Rizal.
About February 18, Rizal combined with Basa, boarded the ferry steamer Kiu-Kiang for Macao. He was astonished to see a familiar figure among the list of passengers—Sainz para Varanda. Rizal described Macao as a small , low and gloomy. There are numerous junks, sampans, but couple of steamers, it appears to be sad and is also almost dead-like.
The two remained in with the home of Don Juan Francisco Lecaros who had been married into a Portuguese woman. During his two day stay in Macao, he frequented the theater, casino, cathedral and church buildings, pagodas and botanical backyards and the bazaars. He also saw the popular Grotto of Camoens.
At nighttime of Feb 19, he witnessed a Catholic procession wherein the devotees had been dressed in blue and crimson dresses and were transporting unlighted candles. On Feb . 20, Rizal and Basa returned to Hong Kong on board the ferry steamer Kiu-Kiang. A Landmark in Honor of Rizal’s Visit in Hong Kong Rizal stayed in Hong Kong for 2 weeks. There he examined the Chinese language way of life, language, drama and customs.
Rizal noticed some experiences and wrote these people in his journal. Some of them range from the noisy celebration of the China New Year which lasted coming from February 11th to 13th. There were continuous explosion of firecrackers and he himself fired various at the window of his hotel. This individual also discovered the boisterous Chinese theater, the workshop Lauriat party, which was the longest food in the world; the Dominican Purchase was the wealthiest religious purchase in Hong Kong, and the cemeteries.
On Feb . 22, 1888, Rizal left Hong Kong on side the Oceanic, an American steamer and his destination was Japan. Rizal did not like the foods on board although liked the ship as it was spending efficiently handled. Chapter eleven In Hong Kong and Macao 1888 Hounded by powerful enemies, Rizal was forced to leave his country for any second amount of time in February 1888. He was then the full- cultivated man of 27 years old, a training physician, and a recognized man-of-letters.
The first time he went up to speed in 06 1882, having been a mere lad of twenty one, a fresh student in search of wisdom in the Old World, a romantic idealist with fabulous dreams of emancipating his people from bondage by the magic power of his pen. Instances had improved. Rizal at 27 was an embittered victim of human iniquities, a disillusioned dreamer, a flustrated reformer. The Visit to Hong Kong.
On February several, 1888, after a short stay of 6 months in his much loved Calamba, Rizal left Manila for Hk on board the Zafiro. Having been sick and sad throughout the crossing in the choppy China Sea. This individual did not get off his ship when it made brief stop-off, layover at Amoy on Feb 7. for 3 reasons: (1) he was not really feeling very well, (2) it had been raining hard, and (3) he read that the town was dirty.
He arrived in Hong Kong upon February almost eight. During his stay in Hk, a British colony, Rizal composed a notice to Blumentritt, dated Feb . 16, 1888, expressing his bitterness. In Hong Kong, Rizal stayed in Victoria Lodge. He was welcomed by the Philippine residents, including Jose Maria Basa, Balbino Mauricio, and Manuel Yriarte, (son of Francisco Yriarte, alcalde creciente of Laguna).
A Spaniard, Jose Sainz de Varanda, who was a former secretary of Governor General Terrero, shadowed Rizal’s motion in Hong Kong. It is assumed that he was commissioned by Spanish regulators to spy on Rizal. Hong Kong, wrote Rizal to Blumentritt on March 16, 1888, is a small , but incredibly clean town. Many Portuguese, Hindus, English, Chinese, and Jews stay in it. There are several Filipinos, virtually all whom becoming those who was exiled towards the Marianas Destinations in 1872.
They are poor, gentle, and timid. Formerly they were rich mechanics