Midway White Beach Resort

Address: Cagayan De Oro, Initao, Mindanao, Philippines | Resort
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This resort is located on Cagayan De Oro, Initao.
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      Cagayan de Oro - final day

      A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach on Feb 26, 2014

      8 photos

      ... exceptionally happy to meet and greet the English. Once at the rafting start line, we geared up with hard hats and life jackets then stepped into the raft. We sat on the edge of the raft with our feet in a locked position to prevent falling out. We floated down the 14 kilometre river with 24 rapids to conquer. It was an awesome ride, impossible to stay dry! Amazingly everyone succeeded in remaining in the boat due to good teamwork as there were ...

      Cagayan de Oro day 2

      A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach on Feb 25, 2014

      ... seemed to take almost two hours, which is incredible! After our long wait we treated ourselves to some Lunch before waiting a further 30 minutes to have the product wrapped. Everything in the Philippines happens in Philippino time! We had another successful shuttle trip, we're almost experts now! Once back at base Nathan enjoyed more basketball while Rach helped the girl staff decorate for tomorrows big day. Tomorrow afternoon we are ...

      Back in Cagayan de Oro - day 1

      A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach on Feb 24, 2014

      ... direction down the hill towards the waiting shed. We were so happy we had achieved this! Our next problem was not knowing how to tell the driver to stop. We shouted "stop" and waved our hands in the air. The locals laughed at us and the driver paid no attention. A lady suddenly pounded the roof with her fist and the bus sharply came to a halt. She jumped off and we followed after paying the driver! We were so happy we had accomplished this challenge. No taxi's ...

      The City of Golden Friendship

      A travel blog entry by jerriwhiting on Feb 16, 2011

      6 comments, 18 photos

      ... sleep prepared us for some trips around the city today (Thursday, 17th) to shop for supplies in preparation for Smokey Mountain VBS tomorrow. We walked down streets bustling with Jeepneys, motorcycles and bicycles - at our own risk! Wow was it crazy. And it felt like we were in a parade. Apparently we stood out like - well, like foreigners. The locals smiled, waived and said hello, they were very welcoming. We took our first ride in a Jeepney to dinner at the ...

      Maharlika: What's in a name?

      A travel blog entry by saharandreams on Jan 17, 2011

      I copied and pasted this essay from the Ang Kasama website (feed://news.angkasama.info/feeds/posts /default) - entry of May 10, 2010 - because I thought it was quite interesting:

      Maharlika: What's in a name?
      Change is progressive. We cannot deny the fact that today our nation needs total change and transformation. There is crisis in every aspect of life. Most of our countrymen have been deprived of their basic necessities such as food, clothing, shelter, and ...