Cebu Parklane International Hotel
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This hotel was great to stay in.. close to shops and great service
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... square outside of the Church complex. It was packed with people, most of them wearing similar t-shirts from a religious group or another obviously on a tour together. It is a simple cross in the center of this small round building. The ceiling is painted with scenes from the times of Magellan's arrival, colonization, teaching of the gospel and conversion to Catholicism if the natives. This is claimed to the be the exact spot where ...
... during our lunch break, we ventured down to Marina Mall. A 10 minute Jeepney ride past the air port - 8 pesos, not 7. There was eight of us and we had decided to go a small restaurant called The Yacht Club. Uppon arrival Fred had asked one of the waitresses how long the food might take to arrive, just to gauge if we had enough time to eat there. The restaurant was busy, with a big group of Filipinos at the far ...
... a cheaper and make sure safer tour, so I doubled booked myself for the next day (oops). In the end, I told crackhead Jason to bugger off and gave him 20pesos for the inconvience, he seemed mad and i couldnt help but wonder what COULD of happened if i get end up going with him.
But i would of never been the lovely John aka Don Don, he is so lovely. very good English, a true gentlemen (ALWAYS opened the car door/doors for me without fail). I spent the next 2 full days in ...
... s family, and discussing the importance of farming. We pushed our way uphill, through cornfields and to the hillside edge looking down to the river, with the kids, Leslie and Apple Mae guiding us. We eventually discovered the rest of the team laid out on the hillside and watched together as the dusk drew in. Headed back for more karendiria, more Sparkle, and more fried banana, before talking at length with Ate Cirilla about Guba, her work, VSO, and the difficulties faced by some of ...
... just like most light beers the world over. Probably more people drink San Miguel Light (SML) than SMB but I for one am not one of those people as I loathe light beer. To me, SML tastes like ****, or I should say what I imagine **** might taste like as I’ve never actually drank ****, FYI. You can get an SMB at the 7-11 for a mere 22 pesos ($0.50 CAD) and in a regular bar for anywhere from 35-40 pesos during happy hour, 45-70 pesos at any other time and ...