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... with me until I showed them my drive licence. They shocked with UK's road regulations after I and Joe explaining. Their response like "whoa very strict but sound very safe" I agreed with them. I loved having Grace's and her other sister in law (Sheila) who also deaf, their friends hanging around in the garden of middle both houses. Especially on the Sundays after the service at church. On first time They were exciting see me and Joe asked us millions ...
... the Gold Coast. We swap travelling stories and they tell me of the trip to Palawan they are going on tomorrow. They will cruise up the coast, sleeping every night on beaches and in local villages. Eco tourism. Sounds interesting. I might try that. I say goodnight to them and wish them well. Funny though, I never knew their names, nor them, mine. During the night, John is trying to convince me to hire a bangkas to go snorkelling with him. Sounds too much like a date to me. ...
... br> Basilica Minore del Santo Niņo church
7: 00 PM Dinner in Paolito's Seafood House
9: 00 PM Back at the hotel/Go to Ayala Center Cebu
Day 2 8:00 AM Breakfast in the hotel
10:00 AM Check out in Hotel
... br> Pagbalik ng Cebu, Pumunta muli kami sa Sto. Niņo Church upang bumili ng mga pasalubong. Isa sa mga kilalang imahe na ginagawa sa Cebu ay ang Sto. Niņo mismo. Masasabi kong mura at maganda talaga ang quality nito, kaya naman halos lahat kami ay napabili nito.
Syempre di rin mawawala ang pasalubong na mga danggit, dried mangoes, dried pusit ...
... a former provincial jail) may be small but is actually packed with alot of interesting historical displays and information. In fact one of the better museums I had visited amongst others in Southeast Asia. The interesting galleries included pre-colonial, Spanish colonial, American-era and WWII-era Cebu. I easily spent 2-4 hours waltzing through the rustic but captivating galleries. The deformed skull of a child from pre-colonial era, iron age era tools ...