Travel Blogs from Davao
Written on 27 December
Another year, another trip back to Davao and a reunion with my husband Jay (a.k.a Visnu to many readers) who travelled in October here.
The trip from NZ to Davao takes 16 hours of flight time (but considerably longer with stopovers in between). After two fairly sleepless nights, I arrived in Davao on the morning of Christmas Eve. Jay and several of the kids from the village arrived at the airport to welcome me with ...
It has been eons since my college friends have a weekend get away much less with our family in tow. And thus a plan for a beach and mountain trip came about before their kids go back to school.
We opted for the most familiar beach of all, the Paradise iSLAND which has been in operation since time immemorial. A place popular among locals for beach activities ...
Life comes in mighty tough and treacherous these days. The pressures of the daily grind are sometimes too much that it gets damn crazy. Damn, damn crazy. Good thing there are nearby beach resorts here in my place where people, especially those who can't find balance in their lives, can get peppy even for a while.
Good thing, there’s Pearl Farm, probably one of the most popular worldwide and ...
• We have constructed a classroom to be used for educational purposes at the KWW centre.
• We have a childrens library in our community hall.
• We intend to create and teach workshops focused on transforming the world economically and spiritually.
• To make the library more functional
... to find out that here there is no free dental care for kids at school, and usually parents just leave rotting child teeth to fall out of their own accord rather than pay for a dentist. It is very costly for a dentist, and to buy painkiller seems to be a much more cost effective way for parents to deal with their children’s teeth issues. Of course, it is not so good for the health of the kids and their gums, but that is just one of the issues linked to poverty ...