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Travel Blogs from Davao
... gave her the worst looking cupboards to deal with… and I decided that since I was the loudest screamer, I should change jobs. So, I departed outside to help clean out black grout from the tiles the workers had been laying on the porch. That was a foul job, but still heaps better than cleaning out cockroach nests! I would accept grout blackened hands and fingernails any day to cleaning out more of those nests.
We shut up shop around 6 pm to go bath and get ready ...
... States and he is working on emigrating to the USA.
Several of the brethren work at the local church office in Davao. I'm really looking forward to spending time at the office which is scheduled for Monday. I would like to see what each person does in the media, incoming and outgoing mail and everything else.
I meet Norelyn (not sure about the spelling). She is a young woman with three small children. In a tragic motorcycle accident ...
... view of Davao City at night. On the way back, we managed to get Durian, the king of fruits, in southeast asia.. looks and structure are similar to a Jack fruit.. but tastes a lot different, softer, smoother.. awesome..
It is time to bid adieu to Chell's family and friends, temporarily of-course, as we head on for a day in Cebu... after Chell's Mom and Rudolf dropped us off at the Davao airport..
We finally got a window seat, and I managed to ...
... restaurants serve on fresh sea foods that is available 24-hours a day. Digos also has the second longest zip line in Asia, this spine-tingling attraction has already drawn thousands of pleasure mongers. The mangrove forest in Digos City is ideal for nature lovers, the trees and its surrounding habitat are the ecological basis for the survival of the region's marine life. The branches of mangroves serve as a nesting ground for coastal and wading birds, many more animals ...
... aesthetically stored, and our gardens are more beautiful as well as productive.
• We need to activate the beautification committee.
Goal: To share what we've learned with others by offering workshops, presentations, apprenticeship, hospitality and tours.
What we are doing:
• We host international volunteers through ...