DAY 1: Behind the WORKation at DAVAO CITY

Recently I’ve been to Davao City for three Days. YES, three days was good enough to unwind while working because this Trip was intended for WORK, I traveled with my superior’s, our company President and Project manager for a courtesy calls of our upcoming event the so called “AGRILINK/FOODLINK/AQUALINK” to Region XI: Department of Agriculture and to the different councils in terms of Crop production.
Let me share first our experienced before our main course to this trip. I woke up around 3:00 am to prepare myself and rechecking my bag and working tools such as pen, journal, recording and camera even though those were prepared already the night before, but I have to secured again (mahirap na mabulalyaso hehehe). And I arrived to departure area of NAIA Terminal 2 at 4:30 am via UBER.
Our airport breakfast:
From a Singaporean Restaurant, it’s a combo meal for breaky at Ya Kun Kaya Toast.
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Safely landed
Boarding exactly 6:30 am and we arrived Davao City at 8:30 am.
At the Davao Airport
Dayon po!!!

Taxi

Then we rode a taxi going to our hotel, it’s The Pinnacle Hotel&Suites. The hotel is rated for 3 – 4 star with 214 guestrooms with refrigerator, free toiletries, daily housekeeping, laundry facilities,  large area of breakfast, a lobby area for guest and for coffee/tea, Free WiFi and free parking, Indoor pool, fitness center, 24 hour business center, 24 hour front desk assistance, airport shuttle, and a computer station. And also they offer for families too with children’s pool and rollaway/extra bed for additional charge.
The Pinnacle Hotel And Suites
Upper/front view of The Pinnacle Hotel And Suites
Upon arriving the hotel the lady guard will greet you “Dayon po” which means welcome.
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front view of The Pinnacle Hotel And Suites
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Side view of The Pinnacle Hotel And Suites at the drive way
The room
The hotel is located to Sta. Ana Avenue, Davao City. It is very convenient to the nearby places that the guest wants to look, walk around and discover Davao for a few hours. It is 5 minute walk to Gaisano mall, 12 minute walk to people’s park, 14 minute walk to Victoria Plaza, 17 minute to San Pedro Cathedral( sad wasn’t able to visit the church) and a 17 minute walk also to the monument of Peace and Unity (sorry don’t have any idea about this place. And I’ve notice the hotel is just a minute away to the Davao China town and  a Chinese school.
Daytime
busy cars
daytime
busy cars
Day time
busy cars
On the road
busy people
Restaurants
The Paper Tree and Penong’s
The Davao china Town
The Davao china Town
 
At night time a lot of restaurants also for you to dine with your meetings and family reunions. We chooses to visit JACK RIDGE for our first night which is JACK RIDGE is one of those recommended by the local, you can sight the view of Davao while you’re at the place, witnessing the lights with different colors and group of people who were enjoying their dinner. And that was may second time to visit Jack ridge but my first visit was day time and a very quick stroll.

Jack Ridge

Welcome Davao
Welcome Davao
parking area
parking area
Duterty City
Duterty City
Restaurant
Restaurant
Definition of Davao
Davao is three times bigger than entire metro manila and six times bigger than metro cebu
The kids playground
The kids playground where they can play around
Dinning Area
Dinning area
Our dinning bond with my superior’s and some people who  made their dinner yummilicious and unforgetable!!! Lot’s of photo’s with selfies and groupies. hahaha
The Jack Ridge will closed around 10:30 to 11:00 in the evening.
Such a wonderful night to feel the atmosphere...
Such a wonderful night to feel the atmosphere…
At the wall entrance, or front desk counter
At the wall entrance or front desk counter
View downstair from the entrance
View downstair from the entrance
Barkadas were enjoying their food while on chi-chat
Barkadas were enjoying their food while on chi-chat
And that was our first day and night  behind the Work.

————–Thank you——————

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