Mallberry Suites Business Hotel
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... air con mall filled with international brands. I was melting and fried by this point so I grabbed a bite to eat and retreated to the cinema for a forgettable movie. Refreshed, I re-crossed town to Xavier University and the Museo de Oro, which features the ethnology of Mindanao. Not everyone's cup of tea but right up my alley. CDO, and Mindanao in general suffer from an image problem due to a long simmering Muslim insurgency. Tourists don't come due ...
... start of our teachers training here in cagayan de oro. iam praying that God will continue to give us the strength, joy, peace, wisdom, love in our heart. it's time to take a bath.. i miss already my husband. more adventures to come.. time to go to sleep..tomorrow is another ...
... and gave us a beautiful card of thanks for our time here. We feel so blessed to have met such amazing people and feel inspired to live the dream God has in store for us. God gave one person a vision and others the heart to fulfil that mission. God has provided financially to create a ministry that blesses so many people that gives hope to the vulnerable, a home for the street children, even the chance for them to have an education. We hope ...
... so I asked to speak with him
They checked and said he was sleeping. I couldnt take a jeepney this early as he will wait to fill up with more passengers and will make lots of stops so I needed a cab to get me there for no later than 7am.
The hotel workers said I have to pay for the taxi's return trip because he wont have ...
... They were guided by fears, punishment and even threat with death. Were they forced to believe that they have gained freedom? That even our heroes who fought bloody battles, did not have a chance to rediscover our past, and were forced to shout freedom under the name Philippines?
As we try to turn the pages of history back in time, after series of bloody battles, humiliation, unjust punishment, women exploitation, economic sabotage, etc, there is nothing worth dying ...