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Travel Blogs from Cebu City
... good laugh.
After spending a nice time with Roxanne I caught the jeepney back to my hostel to quickly pick up my luggage and head to the port with the girls.
Just before boarding the ferry we met a nice Brazilian girl called Lara. She was heading to Boracay as well so she hung around us for the ferry journey.
The ferry itself was actually pretty decent. Wasn't expecting it to be like that at all. I'm not saying it was first class, but the beds were ...
... up is the playground from a previous post, with its open air covered pavilion. In it was Santa Claus and a group of friendly folks packing and wrapping presents to send to Leyte for the Typhoon victims. So after dinner, the kids and grandma and grandad packs up a wagonload of old toys and carted them up there, wrapped and labelled them for the kids on Leyte. Especially nice way to make a little contribution to the disaster. Pat and I will go there again tomorrow and help with more ...
... rough seas, and hopped onto the first bus to Cebu city - a 4 to 5 hour bumpy ride on a packed bus without aircon. As our flight to Hong Kong was around 10pm we hung at the large city mall down the road from the bus station - air conditioning and Pizza Hut - a bit of luxury. We decided to avoid sight seeing around Cebu city because of our bags and the heat of the day. Ended-up in the mall cinema watching The Wonderful Burt Wonderstone to kill some time before heading to Mactan ...
... due to how small the room was, so I tried spending most of my days out and about doing things....which was a challenge in itself. The location of this hotel was great, a 2 minute walk directly across the street to the Ayala Center, with endless possibilities for food and shopping. I managed to spend the majority of one day there, eating breakfast, walking around the 4 story ...
... square outside of the Church complex. It was packed with people, most of them wearing similar t-shirts from a religious group or another obviously on a tour together. It is a simple cross in the center of this small round building. The ceiling is painted with scenes from the times of Magellan's arrival, colonization, teaching of the gospel and conversion to Catholicism if the natives. This is claimed to the be the exact spot where ...
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