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Travel Blogs from Davao
Written on 27 December
Another year, another trip back to Davao and a reunion with my husband Jay (a.k.a Visnu to many readers) who travelled in October here.
The trip from NZ to Davao takes 16 hours of flight time (but considerably longer with stopovers in between). After two fairly sleepless nights, I arrived in Davao on the morning of Christmas Eve. Jay and several of the kids from the village arrived at the airport to welcome me with ...
It has been eons since my college friends have a weekend get away much less with our family in tow. And thus a plan for a beach and mountain trip came about before their kids go back to school.
We opted for the most familiar beach of all, the Paradise iSLAND which has been in operation since time immemorial. A place popular among locals for beach activities ...
... best among the resorts dotting Samal Island, where my friends and I, along with our VIP guests from Bacolod City, spent a day of fun, excitement and relaxation.
It’s the first time for our Bacolod-based buddies to come over to Davao so we wanted their visit to be truly memorable. However, fixing everyone’s conflicting schedules got in the way of the planned visit.
But, in the ...
... cataracts, untarnished caves and splendid rock formations. Standing on top of Nopol Hills, one of the highest grounds in the city, you can have an extraordinary look at Sarangani bay and its idyllic coastline that provide prime white beaches facing the serene waters of the Celebes Sea. The Sarangani Bay area is a popular scuba-diving and snorkelling destination, the bay is providing diving-sites with shipwrecks that go way back to the Spanish colonization. You can ...
... kept thinking, "Oh – what a waste of butter!" Because here, butter is very, very expensive. It costs $3.50 NZ to buy a 250g (not 500g) block of NZ butter (bear in mind that most food costs about a quarter what it does in NZ). We only buy milk products as a treat here, and we usually only buy powdered milk at that.
Anyway, back to the ceremony, the priest was pouring all this ghee on the fire, and the fire was naturally loving it, and flaring ...
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