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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.
... event of the thing I was worried about happening (like missing onward connections due to a delayed flight, if I am traveling on a raft of different budget airline companies). If you read the fine print, many insurances won’t cover you for missed connections unless the delay was longer than 24 hours – which is not that common – more common is a few hours. So, you do have to carefully scrutinize things before pulling out your wad of hard earned cash.
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 ...