A Trip to Kamay ni Hesus Part 4 : The Garden of Eden

It was such a rewarding experience to climbed all the way up to the fourteenth station of Kamay ni Hesus in Lucban Quezon. It felt like i did something right for myself spiritually.  I am so blessed that my cousins decided to brought me here to this wonderful place of Kamay ni Hesus (Hand of Jesus). The Healing Mass that we had with Father Faller is actually good enough for me. The Noah’s Arc Garden and Fourteen Stations of the Cross are pretty impressive landmarks and probably the best place I’ve seen so far. After a very tiring yet exciting tour at the Fourteen Stations, we head down to our last spot ~ The Garden of Eden.

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Adam and Eve will of course welcome you to this place. The place is not as exciting as the the first two venues but worthy enough for you to walk around. The main attraction here is their big pond.

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I don’t know but people keep on throwing coins to the pond. They’re probably thinking that it is a blessed pond and it acts like a wishing well for them. I tried it myself too! Photobucket

This is the perfect place to view the Mount Banahaw as well. Isn’t so fascinating? I would like to go “mountain climbing” someday. I really do.

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Several Animal life-size statues were scattered on this place. They are probably those who were left behind when Noah’s Arc went to sail LOL.

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We had a long walk out there and my feet were so tired. Photobucket

This mini pool came to me by surprise. How i wish we could try it but it is way out of our plan. We never expect to see that there will be a commercial pool here. We should have bring some extra clothes and foods. Unfortunately, we passed on this one but at least, that gives you a hint guys. There is a public swimming pool here that you can try.
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As we leave the place, some notable statues caught our attention including this Michael versus Lucifer.

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A separate Shrine of Mary carrying Jesus’ dead body.

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The Reincarnation of Jesus.

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You’ll see Adam and Eve again as you leave the venue .

We really had so much fun here. I would highly recommend this place to everyone whether you are a Christian or not. The solemnity of the place is truly wonderful and rewarding. Thank you for your time guys. Watch more for my future travel post.

Next Post : Flores De Mayo in Cavite

5 thoughts on “A Trip to Kamay ni Hesus Part 4 : The Garden of Eden”

  1. [SK] says:

    this definitely is a place worth visiting!! and i find all the spots very attractive indeed..

  2. [SK] says:

    and i enjoy reading and seeing photos you have in each post for each spot.. just nice and on the dot.. luckily you are not doing 5 post for each spot!! haha~~

  3. [SK] says:

    yeah, Adam and Eve!! that photo reminds me of a very funny advertisement about Adam and Eve, haha~~

  4. [SK] says:

    nice view of the mountain from there too!! guess that's actually how beautiful the Eden is right?? 🙂

  5. [SK] says:

    happy blogging and wishing you a great weekend ahead milton!! 🙂

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