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... A few people went to bed so the rest of us got another tower and played pool and chilled till about 4am before we went to bed.
Today's Budget - 1,685!
Hotel - 370
Boat to Cebu - 500
Terminal Fee - 15
Lunch - 100
Trike to Port - 150
Dinner - 300
Ice Cream - 160
Drink Tower - 90
Day 32 - 8th May
After a nice lay in, we got up and found out from reception where we needed to go to see the main tourist attractions. ...
... talking on the plane especially when the air hostess's announced it was time for the inflight Christmas themed "competition". They then proceeded to sing Christmas carols and not stop till someone could guess what it was, the whole experience was very funny! Cebu city was similar to Manila with it's poverty and traffic but being the oldest city in the phillipines it did have a certain historic charm, for instance the Fort San Pedro ...
... us UK volunteers had tried it! Included me! :-P It taste alright at least I tried to respect and understand their culture. so I won't do it again in the future if I have to. We get around in Cebu, on the jeepny like a bus, cost only 10p jeepny is so different I didn't like it but I am trying to embracing the experience in some point also we even got lost in cebu it's pretty scary especially in different county and don't know what to do. But we got used around now. Next blog- about Host ...
... breakfast we boarded the plane for our ultimate destination of Bacolod - just a 50 minute flight from Cebu. While we were waiting, two signs we saw tickled our funnybones. I'm sure that translation and cultural context come into play here. The first read "Imagine what you can do with 4X more fiber power. Experience it here for free!" We assumed this was an advertisement for a high fiber cereal or maybe ...
... was further out of town and up into the hills a bit, with narrower roads, thicker tropical vegetation. Still lots of traffic on the tight little road, and busy people. The school itself was in a large walled and guarded compound, and seemed an oasis of serenity, though no doubt busy enough inside. This afternoon, being a Sunday we drove a short way to the ...