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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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*** Have a look below this german entry for short notes, comments and useful hints written in english***
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 …
He also cooked Humba a Bisayá recipe (Bisayá refers to the people residing in the Visayan Islands as well as on most parts of Mindanao) and is a common dish found on the table during special occasions in the Bisayan household and during town fiestas in the southern parts of the Philippines. Ask any Bisayá for his top favorite food and ...
... breakfast! Had a wander around the town and its a very frenetic place with tricycles, rickshaws & minibuses everywhere. St Joseph the Worker Cathedral is very colonial and worth a look as is the National Museum building opposite, although this was temporarily closed due to a bit of earthquake damage. Across the causeway from town is Panglao Island home to Alona Beach, my next ...
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 ...
... see the potential for a great golf course; with snow, skiers would be provided with some very fine moguls indeed. From the top, the view is magnificent, so much so that any potential sniper has to deposit his or her firearms before ascending. For the locals, there appears to be a kind of witchcraft ritual, most of which got lost in translation.
It was time for lunch, in this case a cultural river cruise down the Loboc River ...