The Royal Mandaya Hotel

Address: J. Palma Gil St., Davao, Mindanao, 8000, Philippines | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on J. Palma Gil St., Davao.
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      Travel Blogs from Davao

      YALW Part 2

      A travel blog entry by davemyers on Apr 19, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... added another 14 or so to our group. They are a strong and faithful people and we were honored to learn from them and about them. So we had about 55-60 for the Sabbath service. Mr. Erez Dizon lead songs and Mr. Baker and I gave split sermons. Mr. baker gave a fine message on the leadership qualities of Joshua and I spoke on humility as a key to Gody leadership. One of the highlights was that the young adults prepared special music for the day. If ...

      Visiting Life Inmates Jed Sy and Jong Pilapil

      A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jul 14, 2013

      6 comments, 7 photos

      ... was the overriding strike against them.

      Today we visited both of them in two separate prisons about an hour / hour and a half outside of Davao.

      The inspiring side of this story is the faith of both these people who live daily in hope of release and are waiting on God to deliver them. They have been the object of many of us in our prayers...and even more so as we get to know them and their situation better.

      In each of their ...

      Tantalized by Talikud

      A travel blog entry by arnobs66 on May 27, 2012

      17 photos

      ... elusive that’s why I’ve long shelved my plans of going there again. Fortunately, the idea of spending a weekend in the island popped up in one of the reunion meetings I’ve been attending with high school buddies. My heart wanted to explode with excitement! Yes, I’ll be seeing Talikud again!

      So far, I’ve only been to two of its beaches, Babu Santa ...

      Highway Vistas

      A travel blog entry by aliawan on Aug 30, 2011

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... Monfort caves on Samal Island are famous for being the habitat of more than 2.5 million fruit bats, known locally as Kwaknits. The Crocodile Park in Ma-a is providing visitors with encounters with one of the most-feared creature of mankind, the man-eating crocodile. Aside from these predators, you can see many other animals like parrots, monkeys, snakes, dragon lizards and birds such as doves, falcons, hawks, ostrich and eagles. Mount Apo is the highest peak in ...

      The role of competition and culture in education

      A travel blog entry by saharandreams on Apr 08, 2011

      12 photos

      ... Competition in tándava [men’s yogic dance] and kaos’ikii is very good and encouraging. I strongly support it. There should be competitions wherever there are Ananda Margis [practitioners of a specific system of yoga and meditation]. There should be competitions even where there are no Ananda Margis. There is no harm in it; rather it is beneficial in all respects.” [iv]

      I understand this quote to relate directly to the performance ...