Planta Centro Bacolod Hotel & Residences
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Western Visayas, next stop in the Philippines and ending. This city has a culture and an ancient cathedral. As in every town its big old cathedral, called Jaro Cathedral has some typical dances, which is the festival called '' Ibajay festival 'point of culture and traditions of a small town, it's amazing getting to know their cultures and mainly traditions, ending with a cute country like the ...
... never felt so
useless in all my life, watching her struggle in pain across to the trolley
nearly brought me to tears. I didn’t understand how the nurses can just stand,
watch and wait, isn’t it our job to care and prevent pain as much as we can? I found
it so hard to watch that in the end I found myself looking at the floor until
it was done and they were ready to go to theatre. I have found it quite hard a
couple of times these past few days to keep my ...
... I gave the afternoon sermon. There was no sermonette scheduled so that there would be plenty of time to update the brethren on the Work of God in other parts of the world. After services and a few hours of fellowshipping, we headed off to dinner. We were able to have the pleasure of spending the evening with Mr. & Mrs. Siopan and Mr. & Mrs. Sisson. And you guessed it - the destination was "Chicken Deli" for ...
... and took the local train to an area that boasted of a huge shopping mall. Well, that was an experience. We walked to the station, and after a few fumbling minutes managed to buy our tickets, only to go up to the platform and realize that there was no way in hell we were going to fit into the very crowded train that pulled up. We waited for the second one, and did manage to get on it. Then we had to change train lines. A whole new train company, so we had ...
... check out the whole scenery as we passed through small towns and up into the forested mountains. Statistically this is the most dangerous place to sit due to the many head-on collisions that occur in the Philippines but our driver seemed to be one of the careful ones so we relaxed in the comfy seats until our arrival right at the front gate of the nature reserve/resort.
It was set in a huge area of forest up in the mountains and boasted several natural and man made ...