Kukuk's Nest

157 Gorordo Ave, Cebu City, Cebu, Visayas, Philippines | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 157 Gorordo Ave, Cebu City, is near Magellan's Cross, Casa Gorordo Museum, Casino Filipino, and Jumalon Butterfly Sanctuary.
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Travel Blogs from Cebu City

Back in Cebu City

A travel blog entry by wsbieber on Mar 14, 2014

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... to achieve their main goal of "safer,adaptive and disaster resilient Filipino communities towards sustainable development"

The other photo taken from our hotel window shows painters on a big office building paointing the wall. Hanging ladders down the side tied together than bamboo pulls through the rungs for platforms. No safety hardnesses or ropes. Philippine idea of extreme sport! They will get less than $5/day to risk their lives doing ...

Found our grand kids in yet another exotic city

A travel blog entry by billnpat on Dec 09, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... We did eventually set out in the car to a local equivalent to Costco called S&R where we stocked up on supplies for the week, then a home furnishing store for some needed tools and some Christmas decorations. We are quickly adjusting to the region, probably simpler because of our middle-east and African experiences. It is somewhat friendlier and more comfortable here, partly because virtually everyone speaks English quite comfortably. We had another swim ...

Cebu

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 28, 2013

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... midday, there was a procession along the street infront of my hotel - 'Jesus' carrying a cross, flanked by guards (complete with horses!) and followed by the 'villagers'. Everyone was dressed in costume and a van followed behind playing happy music! Later on, I heard loud noise coming from the nearby church - they were carrying on, with people being put on crosses (standing and holding onto ropes! No nails involved!) while the village and horses watched on. They invited ...

Travelling in the Philippines

A travel blog entry by thessa_fred on Jan 19, 2012

19 photos

... day. We arrived around 21h at our hotel. But it was a very pleasant voyage enjoying the scenic beauty of the country along the roads and the friendly smiles of the locals. It's not easy to move around in this country made of more than 7000 islands with only a few airports. From A to B it takes us at least 1 day. Knowing that, we chose to go to few places and enjoy them as much as we could. ...

A Traveler's Diary.

A travel blog entry by foreigngossip on Aug 22, 2011

9 photos

... in the window, how strange! I couldn't help but laugh.

While in Bohol, we were escorted around the island by our lovely guide, Marlin. Bohol is famous for a number of landmarks, so we got super touristy and tried to knock out as many as possible. First stop, Chocolate Hills. No one is quite sure how they were formed but these "chocolate" hills are great mounds covered in grass that turns brown during the dry season (hence the ...