Total Giving

Ms. Branon, I have to talk with you about something really important,” said the voice on the other end of the line. It was 2 days before a small group of teens and adults were to leave for Jamaica on a special missions trip. We had been planning for months to go to school for deaf children to build a much-needed playground. So, when this teen called, Oh no. she can’t go.

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Coron, Palawan

Coron is a tourist haven in Busuanga Island, Northern Palawan. It features seven lagoons each with its naturally heaven-like wonder. With its rich coral reefs underneath the clear waters, with its silky white sand, and the surrounding limestone cliffs, one would surely be enchanted. As the town is gifted with crystal clear sea waters, as well as soothing hot springs in some areas, tourists would love to kayak around and get relaxed and pampered by a mere swim or bathe in it.

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Bacolod City

The City of Smiles and The Sugar Bowl of the Philippines (sugar-producing province). You can go can take a plane or boat ride (provides scenic view). They celebrate the well-known Masskara Festival in month of October. Masskara means (mass mean many and kara means face). They have been celebrating this festival for 29 years. Visit their Panaad Park where you can find the 13 landmarks of the key cities and 19 municipalities of the whole Negros Occidental. The park is fully decorated during the festival celebration. Mambukal resort preserved ecosystem and in here you will find the giant golden-crowned flying fox just hanging on trees. You can enjoy other amenities just like in other resorts in the Philippines . But take the experience of the sulfur spring bath. It relaxes and calm your body, mind, and it’s good for the skin.

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