Waterfront Insular Hotel Davao
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... for the Feast of Tabernacles, next years summer camp and other administrative and pastoral issues. Since Mr. Baker is only able to come a few times a year, much is squeezed into these visits. At the conclusion of e day Pam and I were presented with thoughtful gifts of thanks that I'll write about later. We said our goodbye's to these young leaders and told them that the next time we come to the Philippines, we would be anxious to see their growth. ...
... freed and with the tempered character of patience, divine presence (in spite of the immediate situation) became a noted leader in Egypt. My hopes are that these two will be vindicated.
Jed poured out her heart about the state of her thoughts. I was greatly moved. I became angry at the injustice and how slowly this is being "sorted out." But, I"m confident it will. She was very hopeful. She had a few questions from the Bible.
She has been ...
... in the world is Talikud? For the benefit of those who haven’t been there, the little known hideaway is located just off the southwestern coast of nearby Samal Island and about an hour’s boat ride from Davao City. And what’s so hot about it?
Well, it happens to have at least two of the best world-class diving spots in this part of the country, namely, ...
... have died in the flash floods.
I arrived a few days ago and straight into the work again - painting the KWW centre, and digging pathways in the village with 3 international volunteers - Karen from Canada, and Kim and his daughter Caitlin from Motueka (NZ). Photos and stuff will follow later. I am just about to go out again and set up the ladder to do some more painting.
... and is one of the most famous mountaineering challenges in the country because of its slopes-forest of exotic vegetation, rainwater lakes, steaming geysers, plunging waterfalls and swift-flowing rivers. The quiescent volcano is a sanctuary for several rare birds such as the flycatcher, doves, sun birds, racket-tailed parrot's fairy blue birds, flower catchers and the "monkey eating eagle" or Philippine eagle. A prey bird with a wing-span of two meters that has become ...