Villa Margarita

Address: J. P. Laurel Ave, Bajada, Davao, Mindanao, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on J. P. Laurel Ave, Bajada, Davao.
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      Travel Blogs from Davao

      Manila to Davao

      A travel blog entry by davemyers on Apr 17, 2014

      3 photos

      We were able to link up with Mr. David Baker, our senior pastor for the Philippines last night. During the time that we were touring Corregidor, Dave flew here to Manila from Australia. He had spent the Sabbath, Passover, the Night to be Much Observed and the First Day of Unleavened Bread with the brethren there. Dave, Pam and I had a very nice Thai dinner together and updated each other on the days spent on the trip up ...

      Visiting Life Inmates Jed Sy and Jong Pilapil

      A travel blog entry by victorkubik on Jul 14, 2013

      6 comments, 7 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Highway Vistas

      A travel blog entry by aliawan on Aug 30, 2011

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... Apo, Mt. Matutum, Sarangani Bay and the Davao Golf at the same time. Looking down into the deep valley the picture is surely awesome in all directions; it truly is a humbling confrontation with nature's splendour and gives a staggering feeling of human insignificance. In the direct vicinity of the road construction sites young children are roaming the street, knocking on car windows, anxious to sell bottles of water, peanuts, eggs and small canisters of crude oil, ...

      The role of competition and culture in education

      A travel blog entry by saharandreams on Apr 08, 2011

      12 photos

      ... the founder of Neo-Humanist Education have to say about the role of competition in education? When I questioned the benevolence of competition, I was told that PR Sarkar was very much pro-competition, and so the Ananda Mela fitted in perfectly with these values. I came across this quote early on in my research on competition amongst Sarkar’s extensive writing:

      “Kaos’ikii [a yogic dance for physical health] is beneficial for both men ...

      Island Hopping and Kalimasada

      A travel blog entry by saharandreams on Mar 11, 2011

      6 comments, 12 photos

      ... I made a nice big hole for it, and then was trying to pull the clump out from the sack that they gave us. I thought I had broken a piece off for a moment, and then I discovered that the “clump” was actually 16 banana plants. What was I going to do with 16 banana trees? So, I marched all around the property trying to sort of scope out where I would plant them, now that we have made a sort of sketchy plan as to where the car parking area will be and where the ...