Ponce Suites Gallery Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sail up, with a fresh following breeze and a strong push from the current. We saw a rather large pod of about 15 whales that was sunbathing on the surface, and we caught one tiny little tuna – good enough for a salad for Ginette. Rounding the final corner we picked up a strong current and zoomed through the gap in the islands as a pod of dolphins erupted off our stern chasing their evening meal. It was a grand sight as they played in the tide rip – leaping clear of the ...
... unusual tropical fruits, we then went to the YWCA camp where the feast will be held. The camp is several acres with a number of buildings. For members needing assistance, some larger screened in building are partitioned to create smaller sleeping areas. Members can keep the feast with all meals cooked in the communal kitchen for about $10 a day room and board.
We returned back to Davao where we went to Ed Macaraeg's home. ...
... 40 years.
I was very happy to get to know Ed Macaraeg's sons Daniel and Richard. I had known of them, but not really personally acquainted. Today we had the wonderful experience of talking, laughing and bonding. Daniel was just married last October and it was a double wedding right here on the Girl Scout facility.
As usual I take a lot of pictures, but, I'm noticing the photos being blurry with ...
... miskipops, and Mon-Mon's mixed nuts and dried fruits.
First Summer Play program: 10-14 April 2012
In the early days of April, parents, friends and volunteers from MISSION helped to ready the centre for the first summer classes that ran from 10-14 April. Here's a glimpse of what went on during the first batch of Summer Play. ...
Anxious about the highlight of the trip, Taal Lake, we reached the edge of the lake, from where we were taken to the volcano by boat, bouncing, drenching, a very tiring 30 minutes... as we had to keep holding on to the water proof plastic cover to protect us from the splashing all around us... we were very much tired and relieved to have reached the base of the volcano without getting much drenched..
We were welcomed by guides who then baggaged us on top ...