The Royal Mandaya Hotel
Travel Blogs from Davao
Last Month i stayed with Mandaya hotel for my KADAYAWAN FESTIVITY celebration with the DAVAOEÑOS and I WAS SO OVERWHELMED BY THE VERY HEARTWARMING WELCOME shown to me by the EMPLOYEES OF THE HOTEL!..
thank you GRACE- room attendant for catering to my needs while i was in the hotel..
Cant wait for the next Kadayawan to come and be with my FAMILY AND FRIENDS again!
Thursday, 6 January 2005 Around 1pm, Daddy drove me and my sister to NAIA Terminal 2 for our 4:05 flight to Davao. It would have been a lot better if we would be taking the trip on a happy occasion, not to attend our grandfather's funeral. But at least, it opened an opportunity to go back there after eight years. At the airport, we felt hungry …
... was the day that Jesus held the "Last Supper." (Sometimes called "Maundy Thursday."). Students of the bible know that Jesus washed the disciples feet and taught them the new symbols of the bread and wine on a Tuesday night. But regardless, there was no traffic! Mr. Baker wanted to be sure that the young adults were given as much information as possible during the two days they would be together. So we had three one hour ...
... it's a trial that is to be endured so that we can live a life of patience, mercy and integrity.
While pictures were forbidden, it seemed like they were "allowed" today. There were four of s visiting Jed today: Ed Macaraeg, Roy Gilos, Earl Roemer and myself. Roy and I got some photos that we are sharing with you.
After our visit with Jed, we went on to the men's maximum security prison a few miles away. We drive through miles and miles of ...