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... and impeccably clean. A nice and unexpected bonus for us! The flight was smooth and uneventful and I enjoyed the time talking with Mr. Baker. We were met at the airport by the all the of the Filipino pastors, Florante Siopan, Eriz Dizon, Paul Cebrian, and Norman Julag-ay. After greetings and loading, three of the pastors went off for final preparations while Mr. Cebrian transported us to our hotel. After freshening up ...
... I live back in the States.
Because of budget cutbacks, camp was not factored into the coming fiscal year. I'm going to see if we can do something about that. The camp ties together all the young people and staff from all over the Philippines for a wonderful two week experience. I'll see what we can do through Good Works and other funding to make sure that the April camp is held next year. There is time to make ...
... trees! The volunteers also made a compost pit and snacked on the cassava they harvested.
One of the highlights that day was lunch: organic red and brown rice from Biosdynamis, Philip's kamote tops salad with tomatoes and dill, Maya's vegetarian spaghetti with three kinds of cheese, Bimbim's tokwa with pumpkin vegetables, Norma's broccoli ...
A day of shopping thrown into our itinerary, we again took the services of Jon-Jon and visited Green Hills, one of the biggest malls in Manila, where you get amazing imitations for all branded goods at reasonable prices, assuming you can bargain for one-third to one-fourth of the displayed or quoted "best and final" prices...
As we had to catch an early flight to davao the next day, we kept our shopping slow and relaxed and reached back ...
... 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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