Never before in my four years working in this country have I encountered so many nice people at the same time. They may even be new to this new world, but they all seem like true-blue Davaoans. As you might have guessed, a lot of people are new to this part of the world from Indonesia and the Philippines, so I know how foreign to you their situation is. I may not speak the language, but I have been told that, even in the city, all I need to do is pretend to understand or I should just walk up to them. And even if that doesn’t work, just buy a paday ka Panganay at Nan Nan, ask for any salad you like, and even the annoying crosswalk will go away.
So, if you don’t speak English and you’re looking for a friend to go to the races with, or somewhere to chill out at the end of the day, then you’ll be happy to know you can also join the ranks of the new Davaoans by booking a ride with Will Fly for Food. You may have heard of Will Fly or Will Air, as they have a fleet of Boeings at their disposal.
You can also book this same plane ticket if you’re trying to go to some hot part of the world, like Paris or Moscow, where air travel is expensive and not as convenient as you’d like. You can stay back in Davao if you like and don’t want to travel too far. A ticket on Will Fly for Food will cost you a mere P5,000, which includes all food, drink, and even hotel accommodation.
I think it’s worth it to try this unusual idea just for that refreshing feeling of travel that can seem like a rare luxury in today’s hotel industry. And if you can’t even afford to try this concept, check out another great local bus service like Out Booked, a co-op effort made up of many Davaoans who get together to sell buses on ebay for just a small fee. And if you just don’t know where to go, our emerging list of travel bloggers are actually down to give you more suggestions.
We wish you well!
With the Year of the Pig behind us, we are already gearing up for the Year of the Unicorn. We are also preparing for this year’s Callahan Festival next month. If you would like to get your rhino horn from a student, make your queries at the Davao State Rhino Sanctuary, which takes at least a week for any construction or security-related process. We have horn lamps, rhino lamps, rhino roses, the familiar rhino sign, rhino stickers, and much more rhino gear. There are also many shopkeepers who specialize in rhino horns and accessories on facebook. Check them out.
I hope you enjoyed Will Fly for Food and our new magical shopping experience. It was indeed a great trip for all of us, and we wish to extend our apologies for the travel-related confusion on this recent trip. Hope that will be fixed soon.
Best wishes from the people of Davao.