Cebu Pension Plaza
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... staying in the ward because there other infections around and there no specific ward for same field/problems so again I have to transfer to other room (isolation room) with the bathroom it was nice and clean even I have my own AC so nice and cold! It more expensive, I am so grateful for the insurance covers also I felt bad too; I took thing for a granted, many people who lives below the lines certain cannot afford this. Eventually I stuck there for 3days and 2 nights. The ...
... and across to it is the YAP-SANDIEGO ANCESTRAL HOUSE.
• Near the Ancestral House is CASA GORORDO MUSEUM.
At around 1:00pm my walkathon adventure has ended. Back to Hotel for some rest.
By 3:30pm, Headed to Taoist Temple http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/tripsandclicks/1/1405605139/tpod .html?view=preview
This walkathon (Heritage) trip makes me discover, learn, explore ...
... to smile and curiously peer around the room. Some of the adults went outside to see if they could access what was left of their homes. We served plate, bowl, and cup, one after another, until all the eggs and rice were gone. One of the women started doing the dishes, while another pair began cleaning the floor. A few men tried to mop out the remaining water, while the children sat propped on the couch munching on salvaged bread. I picked up pieces of ...
... jumped to 550P???! This was another instance of overcharging the 'stupid foreigner' because they think we are just minted.
I had exchanged all my Filipino Pesos and only had US dollars now. Did I have to go and change them back? The worker told me I could pay in US dollars and I hoped they would give me change back.
Now I needed my boarding card to get thru. There was ...
... each in his/her world at that moment.
"This church was built by Miguel Lopez de Legaspi and Fr. Andres Urdaneta on the site where the image of Santo Niņo was found in 1565. The first structure of the church was, however, destroyed by fire on November 1, 1568. It was rebuilt in 1602 under the administration of Juan Albaran and was rehabilitated in 1740." (Description re-printed from a website). Due to the massive crowds, I ...