Hotel Tropika Davao
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Davao one of the most beautiful places i wanted to visit, ideal for a sunny day at the seaside with a great view, to swim in the beautiful sea, taking soft drinks, with the hotel staff attending all day. I would also like to know somewhere you can diving in the deep sea.
... we would make a surprise for Didi on her return, so we have insisted that she does not need to return to the village until after the cremation on the 28th. We got all the workers who have been helping out with the construction on our house to go over and clean Didi's garden and prepare for tiling of her porch and making a proper laundry area outside. So, we spent yesterday at the hardware store buying the necessary equipment for the make-over and the workers started ...
... with some of the crew who worked at the center. We partook in U-tube, island tour, pearl tour, and snorkeling. Our tour guide, Lester, was very good in swimming. He helped us explore the best of what there could be. During snorkeling, he got us to feed the fish around us. We felt their tiny little bites all over our body. It was very tingling, like the fish spa, but instead of just your feet, they were all over you. Hundreds of them.
We decided to go ...
... to, however there was one fragment that was sticking out about 3 mms more than it was supposed to on the side of my foot, above my ankle. Originally it had been sticking out about 6 mm (from the first x-ray) so the doctor was amazed that it had started to move back into alignment,without a cast, but he was still concerned. He was discussing about whether to give me some anaesthetic to push that fragment back in, but it wasn’t feeling too bad – so I just ...
Well, there are some consequences for not having TV or listening to the radio in a while - and one of them, was we remained oblivious of the flooding in Davao city for 4 days. We only became aware of it yesterday when a guest came to visit us, on the way to the site where about 50 people had lost thier lives earlier in the week due to flash floods. One of the people who died was the mother of his maid, so he was going to pay his respects. Apparently at 12.30 ...