Casa Leticia Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... On foresight it appears like we're taking the wrong path as if nobody has traveled that road before , this is how hidden the place is. But this stir up even more our excitement , an indication that we have the place all to ourselves. And isolated it is, the resort is lone standing with just the caretaker on sight. You can tell though that the place has been neglected with some amenities and activity features like ...
... br> That is why I don’t bother with travel insurance anymore. I would have paid about $300 for travel insurance for this trip, and due to my fall, I suppose I could claim back the expenses of going to a private hospital for the x-rays and cast, but so far, it has only added up to $100 and I don’t have the hassle of all the paper work to do when I get back home. I know some people would say that I was being careless and irresponsible, but I have known so ...
... It's owned by a famous artist and every single space on the wall is covered with art and good artwork too. Painting, murals, puzzles, 3D artwork. I would recommend anyone to go there even if they do not stay here just to look at the artwork. The man who owns it is one creative dude. I felt like I was staying in a museum. Nel's sister's decided not to come to Davao for some reason, so I told Nel to invite her friend. So Nel's friends came, but then two ...
... worked for the last few years, last year undertook professional training in a program called PB4L – Positive Behaviour for Learning. This program has been used successfully in difficult and low socio-economic schools in Australia, US and around the world. Part of this program meant the school had to go through considerable consultation processes with parents, teachers and children to identify those core values felt to be important by the community. ...
... I made a nice big hole for it, and then was trying to pull the clump out from the sack that they gave us. I thought I had broken a piece off for a moment, and then I discovered that the “clump” was actually 16 banana plants. What was I going to do with 16 banana trees? So, I marched all around the property trying to sort of scope out where I would plant them, now that we have made a sort of sketchy plan as to where the car parking area will be and where the ...