High Hospitality

January 20, 2006
I knew as soon as I discovered my camera was missing that I would get it back. That is how friendly the people we’ve worked with have been. They have taken us to dinner, haggled for us in the markets, invited us to tour their facilities, shown us a volcanic lake, and gone as far as they could to make us feel welcome and to show us the hospitality the Filipino people are known for.
It wasn’t until we’d been back from Tagatay, the city by the volcano, for an hour or so that I realized my camera had slipped out of my pocket as we got out of the car. I made one phone call and found out the camera had been returned to the factory site we had visited earlier in the day. It is now being driven back to my hotel, almost an hour away. It is impossible for me to express my gratitude. The best I can do is to say that I knew I would get it back.

One comment

  1. Wow….amazing!!! (Sorry i\’ve been away from the blogs lately….looking forward to getting caught up on your travels!!)~D

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