Marco Polo Davao
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... there about to start a Pastor's Counselling training the next day! We had introduced Graham and his practical teaching to our colleagues at our Regional Conference two years ago, so how great that the ripple from this carries on.
Jun and Tess have set up a Skills Training School in the two areas and have been training both Christian and Muslim women in skills such as food preservation and baking. They have a ...
... brother and sis fell on this unfortunate predicament. Hence I always thought it best to wear my reliable aqua shoes every time i set foot on the beach for which they feel otherwise.
The challenge did not end there. The big, sharp rocks which I felt a little off for such a beautiful beach creates a concern every time a big wave comes over sending us on our knees directly down them. This happens all too frequently that ...
... star fishes and other small fish, but nothing too exciting. There is supposed to be some pink corals off the island somewhere with some nice fish, but you have to take a boat there and it wasn't a reasonable price, so I didn't go. These islands are really nice here. It is kind of the first real taste of romance I've had where I can sit back and relax and eat in a really nice place. Maybe I”m getting older and can finally not go go go all day. ...
... disinterested road workers in make shift shelters, waving barely noticeable with green and red flags to let you move on or stop, sometimes you might wonder if they know the right meaning of the two colours.
A perfect starting point for your tour through the Southern part of this magnificent island is the city of Davao, often dubbed as "the window to Mindanao" The trip can be done in as little of 6 hours, but that's one heck of a drive and you'll be ...
... we have the benefit of looking at things from a different perspective to the local culture, but we also need to maintain a balanced view and remember that every culture has both positive and negative aspects, including our own “home” culture. How do we sieve out and use the different positive aspects of both to enhance our curriculums and systems of school management, whilst reducing the negative ones? How do we influence the teachers’ ...