Bagobo House Hotel
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... relationship with the pastors and brethren here. They clearly love and respect each other. We have enjoyed beginning to get to know the pastors and their wives as well as our Filipino young people. We all shared dinner together after the day was done and then headed off to bed. Since we are so close to the equated (just north of it) the sun sets right around 6:00pm most of the year round. We'll all be back for round two tomorrow ...
... Durian. You cannot have Durian anywhere because of the pungent odor that overtakes where it's opened. I wanted to see what all this about. Durian is called the Fruit of Kings. It is said to smell like hell, but taste like heaven.
So here we go.
The Durian was covered carefully with cellophane, It was carefully opened up and a piece put on my plate by Ed Macaraeg. Indeed it had a strong smell....and you eat it quickly so that you don't have ...
... its home inside the sprawling neighborhood of Blissful Village, a community of environmentalists who practice vegetarianism, yoga, taichi, and meditation. Tuburan’s classrooms and offices are located in the midst of 756 square meters of land overlooking a valley of trees. Here children can nurture their lifetime sense of appreciation for ...
... drive to Tagaytay, to explore Taal Lake and the active volcano.
Our first stop in Tagaytay, People's Park In the Sky, housing the World War II radio station and the highest point in the vicinity, gave us a good view of the Taal lake and the nearby area.
After a long tiring drive, we settled for a relaxing lunch overlooking the Taal Lake, where we hired a private hut far from the busy restaurant. For lunch, we experimented on the famous delicacy, Beef ...
... same site again and again and have completely different experiences each time. The neighbouring waters are holding a great variety of bright underwater life around the reefs; they are rich fishing grounds with as many as 2,400 species of marine animals, including the yellow-fin tuna and mackerel.
Polomolok is the first town coming from General Santos City, the name of this city was derived from the native Bla-an term "Flomlok' which means hunting grounds. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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