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... their wisdom has stopped supporting the program and are running it themselves.
The hospitality part of the program is in the Tulunam Municipality, and the 20 or so young people enrolled in the one month program catered to us like royalty, demonstrating some of their newly trained skills. They also are taught CHE lessons along with the cooking and hospitality management skills, and will share these at home when they finish. ...
... With the erratic weather we have to sail back to the city early ending abruptly our pleasant time at Coral garden.
Although the boat was quite satisfactory the places we went to were quiet a let down making the whole experience mediocre at its best.
If you intend to charter their boat you may contact them here:
(63)(82) 286-6086 or
mobile (63)(917) 701-9942 or
... when they went out for a late walk on New Year’s Eve and noone knew where they were and for how long they had been gone. Kim was very upset and we sent out teams of searchers to look for them because they weren’t answering their cell phones. We found them just before midnight ambling back along the village road and whisked Richard away to the akhanda kiirtan midnight program at the Training Centre, while Caitlin returned back home to face the music with ...
... moon reflected off the ocean and you can also see the city lights from Davao here. Davao is only a 5 minute boat ride from where our hotel is.
Today was a pretty crazy day. I told Nel's sister's that I would let them stay with me for a few nights because they live in Mindanao, which is the most dangerous part of the Philippines. I figured that the more locals I was with, the ...
... for different kinds of sports. For sensation seekers there is the Davao wild water experience, rafting on the Davao River with its varying degrees of rough terrain is pure excitement, literally giving you the spills and thrills. Other sites which deserve a visit are the spelunking sites in Samal and the Marilog District, the terrain of the island of Samal is a have it all for mountain bikers and the beaches are lined with palm trees and cosy bamboo cottages. ...