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TravelPod Member ReviewsNisa Travellers Hotel Tagbilaran City
Good accomodation with rooms in different price categories (600-2400 P). Breakfast and Wifi avaiable! Free coffee and tea between 3-5 p.m. Shared bath and showers! Showers doesn't work fine (not enough water!). Clean and friendly staff members.
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Palawan, "the last frontier", liegt hinter uns, und auch der Inlandsflug von Puerto in die Stadt Cebu, die wir einen Tag erkundeten.
Die anschließende Nachtfährfahrt von Cebu nach Tagbilaran, Hauptstadt von Bohol, war …
... of Leyte offers some beautiful scenery, ricefields, small villages and bustling market towns along the way. Its about a 3 hour bus ride from Tacloban to Sogod and from there 1/2 hour jeepney ride to Bato. From Bato, there are 2 motorboats a day to Ubay with a 2 1/2 hour journey time. Once in Ubay, its another 2 1/2 to 3 hour trip to Tagbilaran. I ...
I treated myself to a nice massage in the morning for 250pesos at the Massage Spa. It felt so good after all these weeks of backpacking. Then head out for the airport. Flights have been delayed in and to Manila due to the recent floods. I was hoping to catch my flight.
After 2 hours of delay, finally was able to catch the flight and flew into Manila.
Adrian and I met up again for dinner ...
... city a little more. We saw were the shrine to Magellan the famous world explorer as he died in Cebu, Philippines. We also toured a lot of the local malls (: Sunday night after flying back to Tacloban, we took our entire host family out to the most delicious restaurant called Ocho. We ordered loads of rice, lapu lapu soup, kabobs, scallops, chop suey, kang kong, fried garlic chicken, and all sipped on mango floats. The amount of food was unreal but ...
... received some of that wonderful Filopino hospitality and ate like kings. However, after going to Bohol and then immediately turning around to go to Mindanao, I was glad to be back 'home' in Manila and just have a few slow days. Especially since we are leaving again on Monday for another parasitology trip. We are going to Palawan, which is one the most beautiful areas of the Philippines, so of course we are going to stay a couple of extra days to enjoy the ...