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... tiny magical sparkles. I'm sure I dreamt about them too. As it turned out Cynthia also owned a property on a private beach in Liminangcong, approximately 500km north of Puerto Princesa. She offered us to spend a few days there and the promise of what it offered combined with the fact that it was close to the famous El Nido, we couldn't resist the offer. We arrived in Liminangcong after a six hour windy but picturesque ride in a local minibus. The beauty that lay in ...
... on the road, making eye contact and smiling / waving at as many people possible. Feeling like **** because of all the plane food, Keeba and I treated ourselves to the crappiest smoothie of our lives! Lying saleswoman saying it's the best seller... BLAH. To end the day, we walked back and had a seminar in Ms Ikeda and Browne's room, barely listening. Then, finally, after getting back to our rooms, we all lay down and literally fell asleep in 5 seconds. THANK THE LAWD FOR ...
The day was spent holding the Annual National Council meeting for the Philippines. Today was the primary reason for my coming to Asia. The National Council meets once a year, the second January of each year. There was a full agenda.
The National Council consists of nine members. It includes the seven elders in the Philippines, the senior pastor (Earl Roemer) and the Office Manager, Daniel Macaraeg. ...
... BAGUIO CITY Baguio City occupies 57 square km of "hilly land" , about 1,524 meters high in the south west portion of the Cordillera Central mountain range in northern Luzon in the Philippines. It is completely surrounded by the province of Benguet, which Baguio used to be a town of before being made into an independent city. It is bordered by the municility of Tuba to the south and west, by Itogon to the east and to the north by Benguet's ...
... you have to find the roundest part of the egg (good luck with that). Then you crack a hole at the top of the egg with the round side facing you. Then, you have to remove a thin membrane which will reveal a liquid. They call this "broth". I do not. I was instructed to put some salt in the egg because the next step is to drink the broth from the egg. I have never been more generous with a pinch of salt. Next up...carefully splitting the egg shell open ...
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