Grand Regal Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... in town for $0.50 Canadian. These are great to meet some of the locals as well, as they are always fascinated by these foreigners in their midst.
Later on I decided to go back and see what could be done about the anchor. In the meantime I began a wild goose chase for Tohatsu parts all over the town, with each new establishment telling me they knew where these parts were sold – only to arrive at the new place and be disappointed. The good news was that on the way ...
We were able to link up with Mr. David Baker, our senior pastor for the Philippines last night. During the time that we were touring Corregidor, Dave flew here to Manila from Australia. He had spent the Sabbath, Passover, the Night to be Much Observed and the First Day of Unleavened Bread with the brethren there. Dave, Pam and I had a very nice Thai dinner together and updated each other on the days spent on the trip up ...
... smelling it. Then an immediate transformation occurs. It melts in your mouth and experience and taste is similar to drinking eggnog. That may not be everyone's experience, but it was certainly mine. I was glad to go experience this Durian moment. I"m not even sure I'm spelling it right, but.will fix it on the blog when I get it right.
Ed Macaraeg took us back to the hotel. The heat wears you out and I was ready for bed on the earlier side.
What a memorable day! ...
... 12 year curriculum: kindergarten, class 1 to 8 (elementary) and class 9 to 12 (high school).
This June 2012, Tuburan is opening 2 kindergarten classes for children between ages 3.5 to 6 (kinder level students) at the Kids Worldwide Centre. Each year one more class level will be added until there are 240 students in 2020.
... as there are coconut husks, dog's wastes, and garbages.
The resort is good for a family gathering or for a big group because there is a shared kitchen which uses wood or coal for grill. We're lucky that we reserved the only cottage which has its own bathroom and with double bed rooms. Those other groups staying in big cottages have to pay separately when using shared toilets and showers.