The Royal Mandaya Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Flew to Davao, Mindanao and toured the programs that Jun and Tess have pioneered here. They are a very creative couple and we were amazed at their ingenuity in getting programs going in this multiracial culture of south Mindanao.
Monday morning travelled out of Davao about 2 hrs to KIdapawan City and Tulunan Municipality. An interesting stop at a Canadian CHE friend's home along the way, and found Graham Bretherick ...
... waiting for you. Docking fee costs 600 and there are cottages available for rent. But who needs a cottage when you can always have the comfort and privacy of your own boat while docked.
Babu Santa's shoreline may not be at par with other known beaches nonetheless it is still beautiful in its own right. The loathsome part is the presence of sea urchin which have you gasping in fear the minute you step on the ...
... to do. The food was alright. The staff was great.
Happy Birthday to my Mom!! She's 51 toady and I can't use the internet because there is none on the island, but tomorrow here will still be her birthday in USA, so I'll be able to call tomorrow hopefully. We got to sleep in today. The bed was really soft. I watched the bad news on TV for a while. I did some snorkeling, but it was not so nice. I saw ...
... these vehicles is a constant reminder not to come too close anyway. Some parts of the highway are narrow and curvy, lacking centre lines and guardrail, you have to watch out for sudden loose-gravel breaks where the lane is under repair and the frequent traffic signs, sometimes placed in the centre of the road, bearing the text "slow down", a phrase that is somewhat characteristic for the overall pace of daily life in Mindanao. The many construction sites are guarded ...
... basis" affected pupils' perception of their classmates. Shy children often became "increasingly quiet or subdued" or were reduced to "passive scribes of a dominant child's ideas".[ii]
Many of the comments related to the Korean children’s performance referred to earlier, reflected the cultural bias of those from different education systems and their concept of a “proper” childhood. As our AMSAI schools are often run by ...