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Travel Blogs from Davao
... across the valley to me, so I jumped up out of bed to go and see what was happening. I met Didi in the hall and she told me that the girls had been told. They had all had dinner together, presented prizes and sang some more songs. Then Didi asked everyone to form a big circle and she told the girls. Of course the girls started crying and then everyone else started crying too. Filipinos are jokers at heart, and can not remain sombre for too long. Soon someone cracked a joke and ...
The following day is a bit harder for we all know that in few hours I then again will leave them. Pop were making Sutokil for us. Sutokil stands for Sugba or Grilled, To is for Tola or Tinola and Kil is for Kinilaw or Kilawin. I was packing things and took some pics around home. I will surely miss every corner of our home. After lunch, we waved good bye, hug, kiss and wear our bitter sweet smiles. Until we meet each other again, soon. Me, hubby ...
... didn’t actually feel any pain, at the time, but my foot looked so freaky.
Karen, our Canadian volunteer, came running and got the fright of her life. She managed to stay calm, but what she saw in those first seconds, was me on the ground covered in "blood" – all over my front and down my arms and legs. Arjun was talking on the phone with the Steiner teachers upstairs and when he heard me shout, he looked out the window and also came to the ...
... have to keep a shovel nearby to redirect flows of water going where they oughtn’t.
I spent all morning landscaping, sloshing mud from one place to another. Right at the start, I was moving a pile of soil outside the kitchen, when suddenly a snake wriggled out from the soil right in front of me. I was so shocked, because just at that moment, I had been thinking about ditching my crocs and just shoveling with my bare feet. I started shouting, at the ...
... sand beach, cool sea breeze, and a whole lot more, aside of course from the splendid accommodation.
Because we were a large group, the staff offered us one of the Mandaya houses free of charge! Then there's the sumptuous lunch which consisted of many dishes and desserts that kept us coming back to the buffet table for more.
It was indeed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking