JY Crown Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to get a friend for me. A little later an attractive girl comes into the bar and orders a beer. Jimmy leans across me and asks her name. Marianne, she says. She is tall and slim and sexy. A tourist further along the bar is mesmerised by her, staring. Marianne flicks her long hair and looks in the mirror behind the bar. Jimmy talks to her. She is Thai, and in Cebu with her Filipino friend for a few days. She is from Phuket, where Jimmy has lived for a while. They ...
... there. Once everyone was seated, miraculously, the arms of the side of the 'two seaters' folded down and became a seat in the aisle. Great - 7 more passengers could get on - and they did.The last passengers to get on were two young guys each carrying four straw baskets with a rooster in each basket. One sat in the aisle seat beside Leo and the other beside me. They had to store the roosters under the seat, but all I could see from the ...
... where because we are white, we drew quite a crowd, and preached the gospel, ministered to people and played with a ton of kids. They also did several days going to different prisons in the area and preaching good news there. Some street evangelism as well making for a busy week for them as well. This is our second week of ministry and we are in a new location. It sounds like that is the norm- we will be moving every week or so. We have been splitting ...
... on our approach to the dock, having chosen somewhere to stay in Siquijor with our own beachhut, and can't wait for our weekend of sun, beach and exploring the small island. As we step back inside our dreams are smashed. Again. The board once again reads 'cancelled'. We stand there, gutted. We are angry, sad, tired, homeless and without a back up plan. The 10 hours we have just wasted have been for nothing and now our whole day feels wasted. Our bags are still in the locker ...
... existed), so we had to lift babies in their buggies up over our heads to get past the posts. Would you believe that after that we had to catch a bus to our terminal (seriously the airport looked teeny from the telecabins!).
Of course there were more escalators with posts here (sweat lashing off us by now!) before we finally arrived at our gate! I thought at this stage they might mention our hand luggage since they did have a set of scales there, but we were so frantic ...