He's trying .... lol..!
Mom, I gave up. Can't figure it out ....
This is actually whats written on that wall, a packet of Davao’s history ….
"The land on which Jack’s ridge now stands once formed part of the headquarters of the retreating Japanese Forces towards the end of World War II. The Americans had landed in Davao on May 1, 1945, forcing the Japanese to beat a path to Matina Hills where they had a commanding view of the Davao Gulf where the American ships were anchored. Fierce fighting soon erupted between the two forces, and as history shown us, the Japanese lost.
Today, more than half century later, Jack’s Ridge is filled with reminders of its historic past. Caves dugs by the Japanese porkmark the area and once in a while people still find bullets and other war materials in the rocky soil. There is also a talk that hidden somewhere are gold bullions and other treasure that the Japanese had taken from other country and brought to Davao.
Whatever the truth about the treasure, Jack’s Ridge maintain the feature that made it an important outpost for the retreating Japanese forces, a commanding view of Davao City and the gulf the same view within the premises is also refreshing since the owner has made it a mission to preserve the natural beauty of the place.
Jack’s Ridge was built to offer a completely new experience to diners, and its not over yet, more developments are underway to make it the premier dining resort in Davao City. Indeed Jack’s Ridge is making its own mark in Davao City’s history."