Life is Here : Fun Davao City

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27 Responses

  1. Laura h says:

    I have to admit I’d never heard of this place before! The durian statue is amusing though, I’d love to see that in person 😋

  2. Brian says:

    Didn’t realize Davao is so far from Manila. The city has a lot of malls. Are they all the same like in Bangkok?

  3. Besties Notepad says:

    “home is where your story begins.”
    I agree to that story began in India, and I just love my native place. Davao city looks interesting and peaceful at the same time.

  4. Via Bella says:

    Never heard of this city– that is really cool. I think I would have been further lost if you didn’t mention Manila to be honest with you.

  5. David Elliott says:

    I think home is so meaningful. And finding beautiful things in our own home helps us to be happier people. Traveling does give joy but home is always where the heart is. Where that lands you know you are truly home. That being said, it looks like they have a lot of great things in Davao City.

  6. Elena says:

    I have never heard about Davao City before but it seems like a really nice place to visit.

  7. Ana De- Jesus says:

    This is my first time hearing of ‘davao city but I am so pleased that you listed all the different beach resorts because I am big fan of the beach. I live in rainy England so I am always craving a sunny escape xx

  8. Jeenu Pillai says:

    Is that jackfruit on Durian statue. I love jackfruit. We have jackfruit trees in our house here in India. and yes home is where heart is.

  9. Rhian Westbury says:

    Sounds like a really interesting place, not somewhere I’ve actually heard of before x

  10. Ania Travels says:

    This sounds like a diverse city with lots to do. I would love to stay at one of those beach resorts. That Durian statue totally made me laugh too!

  11. Kim says:

    I can’t wait to visit places like this, My list of places to visit there is growing!

  12. Emely Roman says:

    This is a great post. I love finding out about different places. It gives you a whole different perspective.

  13. Tania Potter - Soul Sense Coaching says:

    How wonderful to be able to go back to a place that is and always will be home. It looks like there’s a nice range of thing to do as well.

  14. five little doves says:

    Wow this sounds great! A crocodile park sounds amazing, I would totally love to visit here, sounds like there is so much to do!

  15. Amalia says:

    I agree with you, no matter for how far I travel and how many places I see on my way I will always continue to love the place where I was born and where I was raised, simple but beautiful!

  16. Jake smith says:

    Looks like a good place to live in and visit. Education wise, I think it is great because there seems to be lot of universities too.

  17. Shawna Morrison says:

    Sounds like a very inviting and peaceful place! I would love to travel abroad one day… Thank you for this suggestion!

  18. The Gypsy Gurl says:

    “There is no place really like home” I totally agree with that. Great post really like your passion and details. 😊

  19. Aniruddha says:

    Very comprehensive blog..

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