Fuente Pension House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFuente Pension House Cebu City
does exactly what it says on the tin. The 24 hour check-in is nice, but it is a bit tired looking. nonetheless, central, and does the job for a one night stopover
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... was nothing like your average fish market. I have never seen so many dead fish, in all shapes, sizes, and colours. Thousands of beautiful Parrotfish; eels in all sizes; Pufferfish; rays; and even Manta Rays, which are illegal to hunt. It was too much for me, and seeing children, from babies to teenagers, curled up on the hard wooden surfaces next to all the dead fish, sleeping for the night, was a real eye opener. The girls left and Jing's other cousin, who joined us at ...
... and cups, and many more.
The house is open for visits from Monday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., for P50 per person.
Mactan Shrine a.k.a. Lapu-Lapu Shrine
Mactan Shrine is a park located on the coast octane where the battle between Lapu-Lapu and Magellan occurred. There are also mangroves which makes the view attractive. Inside the park, there are two noticeable ...
... off so I jumped down. Five minutes later I saw some more girls dancing on there so I jumped up to join them. Again I got told to get off. I thought he had something against me but it turns out that only girls can dance on the stage. I decided to sit back down with the group and have another drink. Half an hour or so later I headed for the dance floor to dance with the locals. I had this one girl just throw herself at me then these guys pulled me into a showdown with other locals. ...
... the city. One of the city's sights is the very spot where apparently Magellan (yes, the guy you probably heard of during your secondary school history lessons) put up a cross. Parts of the original cross are still encased in the new cross. Interesting site for sure.
The nearby Basilica of the Holy Child was our next stop. This church was founded the 16th century and built on the spot where ...
... yesterday. So much nicer than not traveling by yourself. Miss you already buddy.
If any of you know Rhonda, you know that there is never a lack of excitement with her as she has some neat things planned for us. After visiting the funeral home of her friend who just pasted, we went to find the one son of nine kids who didn't show up to the funereal hearing as it is the culture for the family to stay with the body till it is buried. We walked through the ...