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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... with water a few inches deep in which some local sekk shellfish
Then the flight began with an hour and a half late, as often happens with Cebu Pacific, the Philippine low cost airline
Luckily I had with me the novel "the marriage of Isabella,"
I arrived at the airport in Cebu City after the 3p.m., I took a taxi that brought me to Cebu Guesthouse that I had booked on the internet , a basic room with fan and shared ...
... the restaurants with a group of middle-aged ladies. I guess he didn't want to tell us that he was travelling with his mother and aunts, if that's indeed who they were!
Eda's thoughts on that day: I wish we had a house lizard. And a house bat, but not one I actually saw, 'cause it would freak me the **** out. But it could swoop around and eat mosquitoes.
We'd had a late lunch (totally the ...
So ive taken way too many pictures today to fit into 5 on this page but ill do them in order. Got up at 7 and my driver was there on time. He took me to a hotel in the city so it was easier to get back to which is a really nice place and pretty cheap. Started off going to see this statue from from a spanish guy and one of the locals drank each others blood as some kind of ritual. ...
... captains after we leave. This was done alongside a game of basketball me and some of the other volunteers ran. Some of the kids living in the mountains are good enough to be professional basketball players! This is no inflated statement. Its only their height stopping them, which was our only advantage.
Being in the mountains gave a great change to being in the city since it was very peaceful, and the air was a lot cooler and cleaner ...
... is like a school playground, divided into sections: basketball court, circle saw production area, “Livelihood Area” for skills training, visiting area with huts for privacy, sandy tracks dividing up the area, and the living quarters. We were watched in silence as the prison wardens led us through the area where minors used to be housed, but thankfully are no longer held. We received a quick “orientation” from the chief warden before inspecting the ...