Chema's by the Sea Resort
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... just an hour's drive from Davao, to a natural setting, that preserves, one of Davao's endemic and a rare species, the Philippine Eagle.
The drive along the green country side was a relaxing mood setting for our weary eyes.. We just let our week long tiredness melt away in the dull and lazy country side.
The eagle center was not much crowded, and so we were able to stroll, gradually through ...
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The best way to explore the island of Mindanao is behind the wheel, and the best road to drive is the Mother of all Highways in the Philippines, the Maharlika Highway. Better known as the Pan-Philippine Highway, this expressway is a 3517 km network of long roads, many bridges, and ferry services that begins in Laoag City on the Northern island of Luzon, going through the Visayan Islands of Samar, Leyte and ...
... their vocal chords on the videoke drifts on the breeze. The numorous Sari-Sari's open their shutters to display their wares and offer the daily essensials for the residents. One of the best I found was CathyRose store up in Purok 2, very friendly and cheerful service where you can buy most of your needs from washing powder to cigarettes and some ...
... hope to include some before and after photos of the landslide and now our temporary and ugly piping, which will be covered up once we sort it all out.
I will now move on to Didi Manika’s arrival. Didi arrived in Davao on the 5th May – after a rather unfortunate drama. One of the trainees booked her ticket from Manila to Davao. Only problem was that the trainee did not buy a ticket from Manila to Davao, but from Cebu to Davao. Didi arrived ...
... or beg!) for the children’s homes. About 40% of the seamen were Filipinos. Of course, most of them weren’t the officers, but we became very familiar with the heirarchy system and had some interesting conversations with the seamen about their lives.
Last year, when I visited one of the fastest growing private elementary schools in Davao (they had been operating 7 years and had over 1000 students) I asked the principal about ...