Crown Regency Residences Davao
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... the stinking mess coming in only a few metres from where I’d be diving in the future which didn’t help to improve my state of mind. I cursed my stupidity – my parents later told me that apparently in thirty years I hadn’t learned a thing since I’d done the same thing at an interior lake when I was fifteen…but that’s another story.
Since the tide was rising I figured it would be better to wait for the waters to come in and hopefully clear ...
... Baker put together a great handout - a booklet with all of our speaking notes. Many are following along in the book and making notations in them. This handout will be a great resource for the young adults after the weekend concludes. My quick summary: we have an outstanding group of young adults in the Philippines and a great future ahead! On a side note, Mr. Baker does a fine job overseeing the region. It is clear he has ...
... of providing a church structure here.
What a day! What more can I say. I'd like to post more on my Website at http://kubik.org about them and will when I get home.
From the prisons we drove back to the Macaraeg home where they prepared dinner for us. It was good to see their residence which had been the former Church Office before the office moved to the current facility in the heart of Davao. Lorna prepared a tasty meal. The high point for me ...
... the trail include Lake Venado, the highest lake in the Philippines, the solfataras and the old crater near its summit. The mountain may be climbed year-round or one can register and join the city's Summer Climb or the Annual October Trek / Climb. (source: Wikipedia)
May 25, 2013- the day I reached the top (the summit). It’s so fulfilling.
... locally and organizing parent education classes about how to raise spiritual children in a materialistic world. They were battling the bureaucracy of registering a school. They were gaining further educational qualifications to supplement their government recognized teaching qualifications, paying from their own pockets to achieve these goals ...