Here's more of Davao.
Davao Crocodile Park is located inside Riverfront Corporate City. It opens from 8:00am daily. Nice time to be there is in the afternoon when they feed the crocs.
Justin with mom Helen. A baby croc in his hands and Crocs on his feet. I thought crocodile skin is hard and rough but actually it's not. Croc skin feels like expensive leather bag, belt or wallet - soft and smooth.
This snake's skin is not as good for wallets or belts.
The largest resident crocodile in Davao Crocodile Park is Pangil. I wonder if adult crocodile skin is just as good for wallets and belts. Hmmm.
This is what's left of Boktot, a 14-foot male crocodile that died in 2005 at the age of 45.
Close encounters. Booo!
Paradise Island Park and Beach Resort is located in Samal Island's closest point to Davao City where the Gulf of Davao spans less than 2 kilometers shore to shore. Samal Island is also where Pearl Farm is (further south of where Paradise Island is located).
A quick ten munite boat ride from Davao City and you are already in Paradise Island Beach Resort.
There are many small single-clawed crabs near the port going to Samal Island. Locally called "kalamangi". Puro kaliwete sila hehe.
The beaches in Samal Island have fine white sands.
Hannah as Big Foot.
Hannah as the little mermaid Dyesebel.
Even in Davao International Airport you can get a glimpse of Kublai Millan's work of art - The Durian.
Going back to Manila. Bye!
Visit Davao next week for the Kadayawan Festival!