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... longer. I have been trying hard to pick up some lobster in the absence of any fishing success – and I had my best opportunity at the second stop. I had three lobster ‘on’ – one in my hand and two on my lasso. But they proved to be a helluva lot smarter than me again, all getting free and scooting off into the rocks or reef to their freedom. Janbart got one very big lobster which he and Monique enjoyed, and over cards and drinks I tapped his 7 years of ...
... Jed Sy do scheduling and other computer related work, keeping her active and useful to them and herself. We were able to spend about 2 hours with her and bring in lunch and eat with her in a room in the front office. She gave me a handmade woven purse and hat to give to my wife. Dan was able to help her with some computer questions she had with some programs on the Laptop LifeNets had given her on Vic Kubik's previous visit. Her exceptional conduct has given her favor with ...
... outside "jeepnie" look and they are all over and a trademark of the Philippines.
I also became acqauinted with Roy Gilos. I was very impresed by his serving spirit and techinical knowledge. He is a full-time employe of the church office in Mindinao who handles media production and other tasks.
In the evening Ed and his wife Lorna, Daniel and new wife along with Roy and Sheila along with their two ...
... too.. our plan for the day, Enchanted Kingdom, an entertainment park in Santa Rosa city, Laguna..
They had boasted of some cool rides, but turned out to be a cake walk for me, though Chell's stomach did not quite agree with me ;-).. Anchor's Away, the swinging ship.... a roller coaster, a ferris wheel, and lots of other rides, where you hang, twist, turn, loop etc., and a zone for getting splashed on water rides as well.. a definite must for the kids and large ...
Halfway between Davao and General Santos City, after driving an approximately 60 kilometres you will enter Digos, a suburban city that is built on seven hills, it is the capital town of Davao del Sur. This city lies on the eastern shores of the Davao Gulf and has numerous beaches, island resorts and many rivers that meet this sea inlet. It is no wonder that the city's name was derived from the word "pagdigos" meaning "to take a bath" In the city ...