Thank you, HPE Aruba, for this incentive trip last August 25 to 27. Network is one of the business units of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and we’ve just acquired Aruba Networks last year. Click here to know more.
Philippines had the most Aruba sales last June, if I’m not mistaken, so we got to use it for leisure with the sales team. First time for me to go to Davao with leisure involved because it was always for customer meetings.
Day 1: Departure from MNL at 8.55 am, arrival in Davao & customer meetings
Dinner and work after meetings!
Waiting to cross Samal Island by barge
After this… I really didn’t know what happened next… Zzzz…
Day 2: Tours, Lunch & Dinner
Duterte’s House: We just love green.
Carlo’s selfie. I mean, this is the President’s house.
Lunch at this very chilly place, which I forgot where exactly. Started to appreciate how delicious fruits are!
Photo by Sweet
Eden Nature Park: Coffee and garden educational tour
The Rainbow Pass
Dinner at Seafood Island, Abreeza Mall
Back to Bali – Bali Resort…
Good night! Super tired, so we slept early…
Day 3: Departure from Davao
Goodbye, Bali – Bali!
Thank you to this headache reliever for getting me through day 2! I don’t wanna remember what happened during the first night! Haha!
At the Davao Airport all set to head back to Manila (Photo by Joei)
Delayed flight. Ramen for 150 bucks, but tasted like Lucky Me at 10 pesos (or less) per pack (Photo by Joei)
Thank you, HPE Aruba! Wasn’t able to pack my stuff the way I want it to be, so I won’t show how I packed my luggage, but I will do on my next trip.
There was explosion at the night market last Friday, September 2, and my heart goes out to all the Davaoenos. I love Davao. I’ve been in and out of the City since I started working for Hewlett Packard Enterprise. I know they can recover faster more than any city in the country because it is the hometown of our President, in which he loves the city and the people so much to allow further suffering. #prayfordavao