Big Apple Hotel

Address: Mamay Road, Brgy. Angliongto, Lanang, Davao, Mindanao, 8000, Philippines | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Mamay Road, Brgy. Angliongto, Lanang, Davao.
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          Travel Blogs from Davao

          House of Screams

          A travel blog entry by saharandreams on Dec 29, 2013

          6 photos

          ... one of the cupboards and realized it needed a good clean - full of outdated medicines, plastic bags and bottles…. the usual sort of junk we all accumulate over time and can't quite get ourselves to throw out. Squawks started to be emitted from within the cupboard as she dislodged nests of cockroaches. The volume of the squawk depended on the size and I started laughing, thrilled that I am not the only one with such a fear. But then came my turn. I started emptying out ...

          The Sabbath in Davao

          A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jul 13, 2013

          17 photos

          ... accustomed to the time change. I am 12 time zones removed from Eastern Daylight time. So, it's easy to know exactly what time it is back home....the same number but the AM or PM is different. I was able to speak to Bev on Skype. It was more clear than sometimes what we have as domestic phone service :) in Cincinnati.

          I wear my formal barong today. This is the way to go. It is so comfortable. No tight collars or ties. Or jackets! Why do people ...

          Vacation - With Chell

          A travel blog entry by hsdodril on Dec 27, 2011

          330 photos

          ... luckily Rudolf captured some of the best pictures from Chell's Nikon D90, our second set of eyes.....

          The rest of us got up in leisure, relaxed, and after having a nice breakfast, vacated the room, for another day of Island hopping.... at-least for half a day..

          Our plan for the day was to hop amongst Britannia group of 24 Islands and islets, so beautifully scattered in the waters of Lianga Bay facing the Pacific.

          We hired a smaller boat this time, and ...

          The trees are crying

          A travel blog entry by saharandreams on Jul 02, 2011

          1 comment, 2 photos

          ... construction of our homes. For roofing, we can use nipa and analou leaves.

          Our intentions:

          • We encourage the use of natural building materials to construct our buildings, such as sustainably harvested and / or recycled wood.

          • Living a truly sustainable life is a daunting but a worthwhile dream, which we intend to pursue in hundreds ...

          A Potful of Paint with a Dollop of Rainbow.

          A travel blog entry by saharandreams on May 28, 2011

          27 photos

          ... for the new flight to be sorted.

          Didi was very busy whilst she was here – the main reason I was looking forward to catching up with her, was because she is the Supervisor for the Asia Region for Kids Worldwide, and we were planning to do some teachers training whilst she was here. Didi lived in NZ until about 2 years ago, when she was transferred in charge of a kindergarten in Melbourne, Australia. She has been doing correspondence school ...