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... that he had leukemia. It had been a struggle to make him go to the hospital - he had had the stroke in the morning, but it took them until the night time to drag him to the hospital, and was only accomplished after they forcibly carried him. He had insisted on leaving hospital after five days and returning to the village for Shaili's birthday. The doctors didn't want him to leave and warned that the consequences could be severe. He was already too fragile for them to test how ...
... br> However the cottage's proximity to the shoreline makes the place ideal. Kids can play at the shoreline without you getting worried all the time. It’s fun to see the 2 set of twins acquainting with each other while we adults contented ourselves catching up. We left by 3pm to give time to prepare for tomorrow’s long drive to Dahilayan Adventure Park.
... all agreed that the best date for everyone to be in Davao would be during the weeklong celebration of the Kadayawan Festival in August.
As hosts, we Davaeoņos fetched (weeeee, excluding me!) our buddies from Bacolod and arranged an itinerary for them, which included a brief tour around Davao City’s prominent landmarks such as City Hall, Rizal Park, San Pedro Cathedral, People’s Park, ...
... then the priest person explained what was going on as he recited the various mantras, which took ages and ages, while his assistant kept up this constant ringing of a little bell. All up the ceremony lasted about 2 hours, but from the Indian people who attended, they were saying that this was a very short ceremony and they only completed the first out of several sections in a full Vedic ceremony which can take all day, when performed in India.
... or beg!) for the children’s homes. About 40% of the seamen were Filipinos. Of course, most of them weren’t the officers, but we became very familiar with the heirarchy system and had some interesting conversations with the seamen about their lives.
Last year, when I visited one of the fastest growing private elementary schools in Davao (they had been operating 7 years and had over 1000 students) I asked the principal about ...