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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as if by a knife right at the top. In any event, it was great to get some fish in the freezer again! We tried to anchor at several spots but couldn’t find any sand/mud or protection, but we finally found a great place in a remote bay at Palau Para in front of a fishing village. There we enjoyed amazing snorkeling right off the boat, and for the second time I saw white-tipped reef sharks in very shallow water, less than 1m deep! I don’t know why they come in so shallow ...
... and ran with it to the back yard to deposit it in the new lean-to shed we had the workers build for just such things. Ants swarmed up my arms and over my mouth. I was spluttering and desperate to get rid of it as fast as I could. The workers outside had no idea why I was jumping around like a wild banshee beating my arms and legs and spitting out ants with vivid sound effects.
But… this was only the start of our encounter with the wildlife of Didi's house. ...
... it's probably an extremely close experience.
I have a restful Sabbath morning. I think over what I'll be speaking about and pray. My prayers are increasingly about the people in the church. The words of the Apostle Paul are far more meaningful when at the beginning of most letters he states that he thanked God for the faith of the people in the new Christian congregations and prayed for them always. As I have been developing that habit, I find ...
... delicacies.. in the meanwhile.. we took a dip again..
Our final stop was at coral garden.. Talikud island...turqouise waters.. but the current was so strong that we were warned not to wander towards the coast.. but stay floating near the boat.. i just tested my stamina.. without a life vest... floating in the waters.. taking in every bit of nature around me..
After a tiring day snorkeling, swimming and having lots of fun, we returned to Davao... everyone just ...
... and exceed your expectations. The town is synonymous with "durian", a large, spiky fruit, native to the tropical rainforests of Mindanao. The flavour of durian is sweet, but the odour is nearly overwhelmingly repelling and offensive, even when the husk is intact. True durian lovers say the fruit smells like hell but it tastes like heaven. The best way to taste this "King of the fruits" yourself is a visit to the Durian Garden, located just alongside the highway. It ...