Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Blast from the past: Philippine Eagle Center



Since I’ve started reminiscing our Davao trip, itotodo ko na, I will share our memorable experience in Davao. It was raining in Laguna when we left and I was praying hard that there will be no cancellation of flight because it is not easy to schedule a vacation leave. Thank God that Davao’s weather was fine so we will be able to do our itinerary for that day.


D-U-R-I-A-N

We took taxi to get to Casa Leticia, which will be our accommodation for that day. I already booked our room a month before our trip but unfortunately, it was not recorded at their end even I showed them the confirmation that I’ve got from their site. Good thing that there is still an extra room, we have no choice but to stay in one room. And because of that experience, I always inquire and reserve accommodation through email unless they informed me to book online. 



After fixing our things we went outside to eat our lunch, there is grilled restaurant, 100 meters away from the hotel. Price is affordable, almost P100 for a complete meal. 

Then we asked the receptionist how we can go to Philippine Eagle Center. I did not expect that the travel time will be long; we only took a jeep and habal-habal to get there. Fare in habal-habal is P100 per person, roundtrip.

Habal-Habal

But it was all worth it because I was able to meet the Phillipine eagle.


hindi kita sa picture, pero dami monkeys.

kita niyo yung eagle? 






13 comments:

  1. bagay s ayo mahaba buhok:)

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  2. wow, that's really nice, nature tripping, i hope you can also join us every green monday at mygreenlivingideas.com , share something green or your green living tips.

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  3. We weren't able to visit that place. Sayang! It looks really nice. =)

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    1. dami ko rin namiss na tourist place, mayber next time. =)

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  4. I'm back bringing good news! :) There's an award waiting for you in my blog... come visit whenever you can!

    Spanish Pinay

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    1. thanks for the sunshine award. :)

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  5. seems you are not aging michi... you look the same from almost all of your photos, from then and now. :D ... never been to any part of Mindanao, maybe next time I will.

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    1. thanks! you could visit camiguin and davao. =)

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    1. grabe, iba ka talaga! pati yun napansin mo. paautograph nga. =)

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  7. oh wow, that is so cool sis that you have seen a real Philippine Eagle! it is a Filipino pride :)

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