More of Davao


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Date: 15 June 2012

The drive back to Davao:


Some options of public transport:


We stopped at the Japanese Tunnel:


The tunnel is always wet with sipping water. Here’s the friendly guide:


The are more tunnel, but they could not dig/explore further because they are under private property:


RC Cola was once our favourite drink in Malaysia, in the late 1970s, but they are back here in Davao!


We were caught in the down town rush hour (it was past 4pm) :


Colourful mini-buses, or whatever they are called:


We had an educational visit at the Davao Museum:

Unfortunately no photographing allowed in it, except at this huge drawing:


As we crossed the road, going towards a huge roundabout, we came across a statue to remember the freedom fighter (was it Jose Rizal?):


Our final destination for the day was the People’s Park:


I asked our guide/driver, why is People’s Park a tourist attraction, but his answer was not convincing (he said local people like to go there). When we reached there I could understand why – it’s a beautiful and well-maintained open space:



Quite a lot of resting areas like this one:


You never feel lonely here:


Can you find me in this pic?



It’s worth a jump from me 🙂


The following day we headed to the airport to catch our flight back to Clark:


Boring moment:

Next: Manila!


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