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... us the most is the vast activities they offer from snorkeling, kayaking, cliff jumping even rappelling. Gathering information about the resort is hard but we soon realized that going there is even harder. The boat ride was nothing to complain of however the land trip was crazy, in fact crazy is an understatement. Imagine a road which seemed to be unpaved, narrow and sprawled with big rocks simulating a ...
... the trail include Lake Venado, the highest lake in the Philippines, the solfataras and the old crater near its summit. The mountain may be climbed year-round or one can register and join the city's Summer Climb or the Annual October Trek / Climb. (source: Wikipedia)
May 25, 2013- the day I reached the top (the summit). It’s so fulfilling.
... I was. My plans changed several times on this trip. I was going to do more cities and countryside, but decided I didn't like it, so I sped up my trip and went to more islands instead. Samal Island would not allow Nel's sister's to stay in our room due to standard operating procedure. I rented an extra hotel room for them in Davao at a place called Ponce Suites. Ponce Suites was unreal. Not a luxury hotel, but one of the most unique hotels I've ever ...
... this process of change appears to be a never-ending, self-propelling cycle. In order for a system with feedback to be stable, the response to change must be delayed. Education, therefore, always seems too late in its adjustment. Currently, the knowledge and skills to survive in what has become known as the information society are being incorporated.”[iii]
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... way. I don’t know what I am going to do with the stump next door to the one I am currently working on. It looks like it might have been a huge banyan tree or something. It has these enormous roots that crawl over the ground like octopus tentacles for several meters.
Anyway, it started off with the tree stump, but then I decided to continue on in the garden and plant what I thought was one banana tree that they gave us at the Field of Dreams last time we ...