Sarrosa International Hotel and Residential Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... 8217;. The lady of course was very poor and looked like any homeless person you would come across on the streets of any country. I explained I was waiting for a jeepney and told her the one I was after etc and she wanted to go get her umbrella for me while I waited. I insisted I was ok and she stood with me in the rain anyway :). She explained that her house had been destroyed by fire and that’s how she ended up in a makeshift canvas house. People in ...
... UK even asked us if we had met Queen?!? We laughed and we certain not! Luckily they're patience with us with our beginning FSL. They happily openly discussing about their life in Philippines were pretty tough lots of inequality in deaf people, lack of communications even no interpreters in Philippines at all! That's why I had to explained how interpreter works! Some of them never went to school. I've told them what I have done in UK e.g. Driving, boarding deaf ...
... the Gold Coast. We swap travelling stories and they tell me of the trip to Palawan they are going on tomorrow. They will cruise up the coast, sleeping every night on beaches and in local villages. Eco tourism. Sounds interesting. I might try that. I say goodnight to them and wish them well. Funny though, I never knew their names, nor them, mine. During the night, John is trying to convince me to hire a bangkas to go snorkelling with him. Sounds too much like a date to me. ...
What the Philippines is in short is the first place in Asia any traveler should visit. It has the least bit of culture shock. Almost everyone speaks English and the entire social structure is very western. One can get the crowded beach scene in Boracay or the secluded, rustic place to chill out on Palawan. The swimming and snorkeling is great, the beaches fantastic, and it would take years to explore the thousands of islands. One also does ...
Well it is so hard to believe we are in the Philippines, and have been for almost three weeks already. It has been a whirlwind of activity. Last week was our first full week and ministry week. We split our team of about 30 students and half a dozen staff into two groups. The musical people stayed in the city and partnered with a small local House of Prayer, who with only about 6 staff were running about eight hours a day and about six hours of worship everyday. ...