Photo Gallery The Philippines 2016

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Hands on Health in Anda Cove, The Philippines.
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Meeting with Dr Shelalin to discuss the future Asiatech Myotherapy program.
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One man’s trash is another’s treasure, no matter what country you are in.
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A group of focused students at Asiatech.
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Rotana and myself meeting Dr Pinky, the President of Asiatech.
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Meeting Rey and his wife Christina, and their team of Myoherapist and Physical Therapist at their clini MSquare. Both were part of a Hands on Health initiative 15 years ago.

 

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Manila traffic.
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Catching a train in Manila was an experience. One Rotana will never forget.
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Blind Massage at the Cebu Wharf, waiting for our ferry to Bohol.
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Rice fields in Bohol. Bohol produces enough rice to sustain their tiny island and feed their own people. No more, no less.
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Playing with the local fishermen’s children. Anda Cove is one of the few areas which still alow the fishermen access to the water. The other hotels will push the boats out to see when it gets dark as they believe they are an “eyesore” and discourage tourists.
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Rotana enjoying the view.
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Sustainability at its finest. A community centre made entirely out of recycled materials. It is also earthquake and Typhoon proof.
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Aunty Anna, the genius behind the community centre.
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The mangroves. Now a protected area. We met a guard at the end of the walk who keeps watch at night to ensure poaches don’t encroach. 
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Working hard or hardly working? No seriously I was, but I couldn’t have asked for a better office.
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A beautiful lunch with the Leaders for Change family.
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Rotana and the Leaders for Change team.
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A very endangered Tarsier.
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Rotana and the Tarsier Man himself. A very special moment.

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