Costabella Tropical Beach Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCostabella Tropical Beach Hotel Mactan Island
The hotel was very nice, not too crowded when we were there. The staff were very friendly, the food at both the restaurants was excellent, and the little beach was lovely. For a reasonably-priced stay, this place was great!
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... the sun has reached that point where the sky is a magnificent golden and even Cebu looks good from the rooftop of my hotel.
Except it's not even ******* Cebu! That's another island. It may be what the airport is called but we are actually on Mactan. And, right now, can't wait to leave. Liza is sleeping in the love shack. A by-product of last night, my brothers email, which caused us to argue more and practically split ...
... small beach to cater for those beach lover. However, the sand is not so white and only covering the beach portion. The sea shore is black as seen during low tide. The area was so wide but we managed to walk and have access to all amenities. There was a routine resort cab transporting guests to any part of the resort. The pathway in the middle of lagoons in the center was also a short cut to the beach and restaurant. The resort is the favorite destination of Korean honeymooners as ...
We were actually at the airport so early the desk hadn't yet opened, but because Arnaud had a few business calls to make we ended up being one of the last passengers to check in. This leg of our tour was booked separately from our main ticket which meant different baggage allowances. I had expected to pay for some excess baggage, but I thought I’d been clever by putting everything heavy into our hand luggage to minimise the cost (we were also ...
... known primates, no larger
than a adult men's hand. Mostly active at night, it lives on a diet of
insects. Folk traditions sometimes has it that tarsiers eat charcoal,
but actually they retrieve the insects from (sometimes burned) wood. It
can be found in the islands of Samar, Leyte, Bohol, and Mindanao in the
Do you feel enlightened????)
When we arrived we decided that was the first thing we wanted to do so hopped on a ...
... ng dasal at nanatili sandali sa taas upang pagmasdan ang ganda ng aming nakikita.
May inorganize na mini fun-run (sa bundok) ang mga pinsan ni Mark, kaya naman pagka baba namin mula sa kapilya, pinanood namin ang kanilang programa para sa mga kabataan.
After this, we've decided to have our lunch sa malapit na kainan, fresh tilapia ...