ALTA Cebu Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... at 12:45. We went through without any problems and our plane even left 35 min before which was a bit weird. In fact our names were called at the time we were only supposed to start embarking. Anyway we got into our small propeller plane and landed 1 hour and 10 min later on the island next to Boracay. We walked outside the airport and got into a tricycle (a motorbike with a kind of sidecar but different:-) and drove to 3rd After breakfast we decided to have a lot look if we ...
... planted there before getting killed by the war chief Lapu Lapu. After visiting also the Basilica Minore Del Santo Niño we had enough of the heat and dirt and took a taxi to the SM Mall which was pretty big. We walked around a bit, had a burger and a sunday at McD and enjoyed (strange for me) being here due to the fact that it was clean ! At around 5 we got a cab back to the hotel, took a shower and went for ...
... the road. It was well worth the drive though because once we arrived in our resort it was like stepping into a piece of heaven! The kids have everything at there fingertips from bike riding, stand up paddling, canoeing, archery, rock climbing and even horse and carriage rides and that's all here in the resort and free!! I think tonight we are going to a Brazilian BBQ (although I can't get that scene from bridesmaids out of my head) and tomorrow will be a day of ...
... people, eating the food and cake and generally having a good time. In the evening, I went to see my friend Lesley and had dinner with her family before having to say goodbye.
Two days before returning to the UK, I went to Oslob to swim with the Whale Sharks. Though it was Saturday and therefore busy with tourists who came for the day, it was an amazing and unforgettable experience to ...
... of palm and papaya trees and past a small hut, on which it said the entry fee; 10 pesos per person! The map, we had obtained from one of the lovely staff at the resort, was hand drawn so it meant some challenge in finding the correct spot but once we found the hut we knew we were close. There was no one there so in typical Philippino tradition, if there is no one to collect the money, you don't pay! Just then an elderly gentleman with no shirt and a huge machete tied around ...