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PostPosted: Fri Oct 24, 2008 12:46 pm 
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I love Davao for being peaceful, orderly and being the cleanest and greenest city for the 3rd consecutive time. Simply the best place for recreation and relaxation.
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of course i love davao...i was born there...i left 30 years ago..and will be coming back for retirement..maybe will be there for good.


You're from Agdao sir? Miss ko na ang balbacua ni Tiya diyan sa Agdao. High School days. :D

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I love Davao for being peaceful, orderly and being the cleanest and greenest city for the 3rd consecutive time. Simply the best place for recreation and relaxation.
ImageMalipano Island, Davao


of course i love davao...i was born there...i left 30 years ago..and will be coming back for retirement..maybe will be there for good.


You're from Agdao sir? Miss ko na ang balbacua ni Tiya diyan sa Agdao. High School days. :D


yes sir, i love the balbacua there, yummy hehee
whos your tiya anyway? its been a while...i remember my mom use to treat me there, but i forgot the name of the carenderia.

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of course i love davao...i was born there...i left 30 years ago..and will be coming back for retirement..maybe will be there for good.


You're from Agdao sir? Miss ko na ang balbacua ni Tiya diyan sa Agdao. High School days. :D


yes sir, i love the balbacua there, yummy hehee
whos your tiya anyway? its been a while...i remember my mom use to treat me there, but i forgot the name of the carenderia.

Unfortunately sir I forgot already the name. Me and my classmates in HS used to call her Tiya back then. I don't know if she still sells balbacua in Agdao Market. Agdao is already prosperous sir. I used to pass by the place whenever I left for Tagum during the weekends and its bibo indeed. :)

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yes i was there in 2006 of may and i was lost, i couldnt recognize the places..but i manage to
settle down and called one of my long lost classmates and friends to get down here and give me directions. it was shocking after 28 years..indeed davao city has grown tremendously, unbelievable..

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yes i was there in 2006 of may and i was lost, i couldnt recognize the places..but i manage to
settle down and called one of my long lost classmates and friends to get down here and give me directions. it was shocking after 28 years..indeed davao city has grown tremendously, unbelievable..

Yes indeed. There are numerous skycrapers already in the downtown metropolis. Even malls are flourishing in the city. Flyovers, overpass and underpass are visible within the busy streets of Agdao, Matina, and Buhangin areas. Davao is becoming a fast-paced metropolis aside from being the biggest city in Asia in terms of land area. 8)

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yes i was there in 2006 of may and i was lost, i couldnt recognize the places..but i manage to
settle down and called one of my long lost classmates and friends to get down here and give me directions. it was shocking after 28 years..indeed davao city has grown tremendously, unbelievable..

Yes indeed. There are numerous skycrapers already in the downtown metropolis. Even malls are flourishing in the city. Flyovers, overpass and underpass are visible within the busy streets of Agdao, Matina, and Buhangin areas. Davao is becoming a fast-paced metropolis aside from being the biggest city in Asia in terms of land area. 8)


kailan ka mo uli sa davao?

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yes i was there in 2006 of may and i was lost, i couldnt recognize the places..but i manage to
settle down and called one of my long lost classmates and friends to get down here and give me directions. it was shocking after 28 years..indeed davao city has grown tremendously, unbelievable..

Yes indeed. There are numerous skycrapers already in the downtown metropolis. Even malls are flourishing in the city. Flyovers, overpass and underpass are visible within the busy streets of Agdao, Matina, and Buhangin areas. Davao is becoming a fast-paced metropolis aside from being the biggest city in Asia in terms of land area. 8)


kailan ka mo uli sa davao?


Sir I am now working here in Davao City as a medical practitioner. I am really from Tagum and I opted to stay in Davao City during the weekdays for my work. At weekends, I'm in Tagum together with my family. :D

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you are a doctor??or internal medicine perhaps... and tagum such a long way back from davao city. I was there last may, to see the land of my mom and dad, Ive forgot the name of the place but its close to tagum already...they said is about a mile.

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you are a doctor??or internal medicine perhaps... and tagum such a long way back from davao city. I was there last may, to see the land of my mom and dad, Ive forgot the name of the place but its close to tagum already...they said is about a mile.


Tagum is about an hour travel from Davao City. Before reaching Tagum, you would pass by towns such as Carmen and Panabo City sir. :)

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you are a doctor??or internal medicine perhaps... and tagum such a long way back from davao city. I was there last may, to see the land of my mom and dad, Ive forgot the name of the place but its close to tagum already...they said is about a mile.


Tagum is about an hour travel from Davao City. Before reaching Tagum, you would pass by towns such as Carmen and Panabo City sir. :)


I think its carmen, humayan man gud..

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theboxer20 wrote:
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you are a doctor??or internal medicine perhaps... and tagum such a long way back from davao city. I was there last may, to see the land of my mom and dad, Ive forgot the name of the place but its close to tagum already...they said is about a mile.


Tagum is about an hour travel from Davao City. Before reaching Tagum, you would pass by towns such as Carmen and Panabo City sir. :)


I think its carmen, humayan man gud..


Yes sir. Carmen town is known here as having one of the biggest rice fields in Mindanao. Its farming area goes all the way to Sto. Tomas, Davao del Norte. :)

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New Davao International Airport-- the most beautiful airport in the Philippines :D
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The exterior portion is a Malay architecture-inspired structure.
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The upgraded and expanded runway can accommodate wide-bodied aircraft of major airlines, even 747s, and has four boarding bridges.
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With its spacious interior, the airport terminal can easily accommodate up to two million passengers a year
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Another angle of the airport terminal interior.
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The Air Traffic Control tower is the most advanced in the Philippines today
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The pre-departure lounge
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The Phenomenal Davao Durian Sculpture at the heart of Davao Int'l Airport made by the famous artist Kublai Millan :D

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you sure do knew about davao...I was raised in bajada, TIMAWA VILLAGE..I went to HCDC for my
high school..and then university of mindanao for my college..and then, im here in the U.S. for the last 30 years.

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New Davao International Airport-- the most beautiful airport in the Philippines :D
Image
The exterior portion is a Malay architecture-inspired structure.
Image
The upgraded and expanded runway can accommodate wide-bodied aircraft of major airlines, even 747s, and has four boarding bridges.
Image
With its spacious interior, the airport terminal can easily accommodate up to two million passengers a year
Image
Another angle of the airport terminal interior.
Image
The Air Traffic Control tower is the most advanced in the Philippines today
Image
The pre-departure lounge
Image
The Phenomenal Davao Durian Sculpture at the heart of Davao Int'l Airport made by the famous artist Kublai Millan :D
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yes indeed, Iwas here in 2006...beautiful airport. you must be proud.

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