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									                 Sample Itinerary for Visit to Christians’ Haven
Day 1
           Depart from USA
Day 2
           Arrive at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, Philippines
           Spend the night in Manila.
Day 3
           Historical Tour including a visit to the American and Filipino Military Cemetery
           Necessary and fun shopping

Day 4
           Fly to Mindanao and travel to Manticao then to Christians’ Haven.

Days 5-9
           Experience life at Christians’ Haven
                   SAMPLE DAY:
                              5:30 a.m. – Morning Devotions
                              6:30 a.m. – Breakfast
                              Work projects on and off campus including painting and misc. labor
                              Preparations for street feeding and other outreach activities
                              Tour of Iligan or Cagayan De Oro
                              Street feeding or other outreach activity
                              5:30 p.m. – Dinner
                              7:00 p.m. – Evening Devotions
                              8:30 p.m. – Team Debrief
Day 10
           Special extraordinary event including staff and college students.
Day 11
           Fly to Manila

Day 12
           Depart from Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, Philippines

Day 13
           Arrive home

Special travel notes:
    1. Check your passport and make sure it doesn’t expire within 6 months of travel dates. It is not valid in the
         Philippines if this is the case.
    2. Make a copy of the main page of your passport and give to Lynn R. Ragsdale before departure.
    3. Do not take Travelers Checks. They are not received well in the Philippines.
    4. Credit cards work well and cash works great. Lynn R. Ragsdale will be able to secure the best exchange
         rates once in the Philippines.
    5. Communication back to the U.S. is often difficult and expensive. We will visit an internet café as often as
         possible but not daily. NO NEWS IS CONSIDERED GOOD NEWS TO FAMILY BACK HOME.
    6. Please pack pictures of you and your family to leave in the Philippines. They love them!
    7. You are allowed one carry-on bag, one checked bag, and one personal item on the airplane. The following
         rules will apply for both international travel and domestic travel while in the Philippines.
              a. One carry-on bag: not exceeding 45” (22”X14”X9”) and not over 11 lbs.
              b. One checked bag of not more than 44 lbs.
              c. One personal item (i.e. Briefcase, camera bag, purse, book bag, backpack) not exceeding 36” in
                   total dimension.
              d. Think small and light and with wheels. You will be toting them more than you anticipate.

								
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