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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      A travel blog entry by benandjeanann on Jul 05, 2014

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      ... to be so we decided to make the most of the day but to move straight on from Cebu City and to head South. Before leaving we went to Carbon Market, a huge local market selling fresh produce where we stood out like sore thumbs and really felt we had been removed from our comfort zone again. The cheapest way of travel in Cebu is by Jeepneys, a converted army truck that the locals decorate in whatever way they wish. The trucks are covered in bright colours and usually adorned ...

      Another day, another amazing experience

      A travel blog entry by deano-webby on Dec 14, 2013

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      ... for that Webby had been to previously as well as it was one of John's favourites called Neo Neo. It wasn't what she remembered, but the food was really good and cheap. Early night tonight as Dean still isn't feeling great and needs more rest than usual. Needs to be on top shape for the upcoming extravaganza... Or the best part of the holiday as Webby calls it. Boracay! Deano & Webby - What happens if you are 32 and you finish your bucket list?? ...

      Treehouse of Wonder and Wildlife

      A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Apr 22, 2013

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      ... sand in front of a large purple featherstar (a sort of fan shaped soft coral that can be huge) and proceeded to stare at it for ages. Very strange behaviour so I went to join him to see what he was doing and as I hovered like spiderman, a foot above the sea bed he pointed into the feather star and there they were, two of the smallest most beautiful little creatures I've seen (apart from Lucy, obviously!). Exactly the same pattern and colours as the featherstar they call home, two ...

      Diving with Whale Sharks :)

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      ... Marine Life enthusiasts, and those who have listed down Swimming with Whale Sharks in their bucket list--The Philippines is the perfect spot for you to go;) If you are not one of us, and concerned about us diving with them, don't be alarmed, fortunately, --we are not on their lists of menu, they only eat planktons and small shrimps locally known as "oyap".








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      Snorkelling with whale sharks & Sumilon Island

      A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Jan 19, 2012

      ... 8217;ve seen too many Jaws films, where arms and legs are suddenly grabbed as a snack!!! I loved it, loved it, loved it and loved it more. Amazingly special!

      Having now spent an hour in the water (above and below) with these very special sharks, those of us who had already been in the water were just totally gobsmacked by the experience, as it was so much bigger and better than anything we could have imagined. And of course, with many people ...