Castle Peak Hotel

Address: F. Cabahug corner President Quezon Streets, Cebu, Visayas, 6000, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on F. Cabahug corner President Quezon Streets, Cebu, is near Magellan's Cross, Fort San Pedro, Casa Gorordo Museum, and Casino Filipino.
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    Travel Blogs from Cebu

    One more time

    A travel blog entry by bpx805 on Jul 09, 2015

    ... we finished, went to see some butterflies in the sanctuary. It was like to be in another world, full of colors and moving.
    At night, a Mario's driver picked up us and we started the party. Next day, we back to Mexico and we were looking for Mario's profile, when we realized he is not the governor, is just an ex-governor. And the justice is looking for him because he did a murder few years ago. So we were with a murder. Don't know how to feel about it. ...

    Operation Christmas Child Shoe Box Distribution

    A travel blog entry by blanford on May 30, 2014

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    ... get out. They say healthcare is free... That is after you pay for everything from medicine to IV bags, to the gloves the doctors and nurses use. And then there is the fee to stay in the "hospital". Parents must bring in their own diapers, and even water. Nothing is free or provided. But today we got to come bring just a little bit of joy. Back in November we had the privilege of packing shoeboxes full of hygiene ...

    I Do Hope The Boat Is On Time

    A travel blog entry by banyon on Nov 16, 2012

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    ... arrival we are disappointed to see our ferry has been cancelled. Nooooooo! There are only two ferries a day and the next one doesn't leave until 6pm. We have nowhere to stay in this dirty port town and debate what we should do next. We could go back to Alona beach, but it would just mean doing this all over again when we need to return to Cebu. We could wait in Tagbilaran for 10 hours until the evening ferry to Siquijor. Or we could head back to Cebu now and spend a few more ...

    Whew, here at last.

    A travel blog entry by rnf2 on Feb 12, 2012

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    ... found myself dinner at a philippine franchise pizza joint. then off to bed at 8pm with a sleeping pill to try and get my sleep rhythms back to normal after a sleepless overnight flight, and several days in unfamiliar hotel rooms. I never sleep well in unfamiliar places, so the constant travel of the past few days has been pretty wearing. the days sights and new experiences have made up for it, but I miss a good nights sleep somewhere familiar.

    Snorkelling with whale sharks & Sumilon Island

    A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Jan 19, 2012

    ... with gorgeous fish, mixed salad and fresh fruits and iced tea. I was absolutely podged because, being a backpacker, we always eat what’s put in front of us!! Then it was over to the beach to take a kayak on the inner island lagoon, absolutely full of really rich and healthy mangrove trees, all dipping into and swaying across the waters. Afterwards, it was now time for me to savour the marine sanctuary, snorkelling for two whole hours and ...