Microtel Inn By Wyndham Davao
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... speak English quite well as it is taught in schools from day one. Then, if their local dialect is different from Tagalog, they speak this as well - Cebuano being the most common among the YAs attending with us. During "coffee breaks" in the sessions, noodles were served to keep the fuel tank filled and the energy level up. We ate lunch together again after the morning sessions, then prepared for Sabbath services. The Davao congregation joined us for ...
... those wheels of justice are turning excruciatingly slow. However, there have been hopeful signals that the appeal is "moving" forward.
Her brother Jong (Jingjong) was also arrested. He was charged only because he was a relative. In both their cases there was never evidence proving their guilt. This is not the United States where you are innocent until proved guilty. In this case they had to "prove" that they were innocent. Being married to and part ...
Tantalizing — something tangible and desirable that teases the imagination yet so unreachable. That's how I’d describe this place I’ve visited twice before, first, in 1994 and again, in 2007.
It’s truly one of those so-near-yet-so-far destinations which I’ve been wanting to revisit but didn’t have the chance to do so.
... TOUR. A boatman offered us a short tour for 30 pesos each person for about an hour. We're excited to see some corals and what they said white sand. I thought an island. 30 minutes away from the shore, there's a shallow part of the sea. A little bit disappointed that what they referred white sand is the sea bed flooring. Anyway, there are few corals on that area and its funny handling frustrations!
... of our volunteers have been helping with packing relief goods onto trucks to send to Iligan, one of the affected areas, but they can't go themselves because it is not safe for them in that area, due to political and religious tensions. It has been raining a bit here, but that is all, thank goodness. Very bad in the north though, they are saying that the count has now reached 1000 ...