Cebu Parklane International Hotel
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... to go to the restaurant and buy our own San Mig, they are the most expensive we have seen at over £1.60, double what most places charge. **** it.
I get called jesus, this has happened too many times today. I eventually find a slot machine that takes small notes and proceed to put in 300php. Within 20min 300php has turned into 2500php. A crowd has formed around me, people are willing me on, whooping everytime I push a button, women in cocktail ...
... meant to travel to Cebu after Masbate but due to bad weather we headed to Manila instead. Well not wanting to miss out on Cebu we had booked a flight there a few days earlier. Cebu city is the second largest city in the Philippines after Manila and is located on the island of Cebu, oddly enough.
After a leisurely breakfast we got a cab to the airport. After an hours flight and more fun and games on Cebu Pacific we arrived at Cebu. ...
... gave us some of his healthy tea and body oils...I know, I know...taking a container full of "powdered tea" from a random stranger in a country like the Philippines probably isn't the smartest idea!...especially when, after telling him our travel plans, he stated he had the SAME travel plans and would stay at the SAME hotel as us...haha.
It was raining during the day, but we decided to check out Magellan's Cross and the Basilica ...
... br> This presenation is going to be shown to the staff at shangri-la and hopefully it will encourage them to live more 'green' lives but i think the real issue to stress is that they need to lobby their politicians and leaders to tell the rest of hte world about it.
GCD on globalisation
This was a really interesting day where we learnt about how mc donalds started and how it influences the world today. also about ofw (overseas filipino workers) and ...
... It was a no go, so we took a few pictures from the entrance and just a few steps inside. Just enough so we could see a little more but security wouldn't go nuts at us.
Then we jumped in a taxi & headed for Tops the 'lookout' over Cebu City. The taxi was a dead beat old car but it got us to the top of the mountain....only just. We did have to stop a couple of times to give the engine a rest but we got there in the end. ...