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... Baker put together a great handout - a booklet with all of our speaking notes. Many are following along in the book and making notations in them. This handout will be a great resource for the young adults after the weekend concludes. My quick summary: we have an outstanding group of young adults in the Philippines and a great future ahead! On a side note, Mr. Baker does a fine job overseeing the region. It is clear he has ...
... of providing a church structure here.
What a day! What more can I say. I'd like to post more on my Website at http://kubik.org about them and will when I get home.
From the prisons we drove back to the Macaraeg home where they prepared dinner for us. It was good to see their residence which had been the former Church Office before the office moved to the current facility in the heart of Davao. Lorna prepared a tasty meal. The high point for me ...
... 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.
... Adventure Park, which is south east asia's only open-water marine park. Here we were treated to a series of shows.. viz., adventures of olagapo jones (a very hilarious show by high flying trampoline acrobats), Dolphin show and the Sea Lion show.
After spending a couple of hours in the park, we crashed in the Dreamland Resort in Olangopo city nearby, after having a satisfying dinner with very very spicy Sisig as its highlight.
We started early, for ...
... Apo, Mt. Matutum, Sarangani Bay and the Davao Golf at the same time. Looking down into the deep valley the picture is surely awesome in all directions; it truly is a humbling confrontation with nature's splendour and gives a staggering feeling of human insignificance. In the direct vicinity of the road construction sites young children are roaming the street, knocking on car windows, anxious to sell bottles of water, peanuts, eggs and small canisters of crude oil, ...