Crown Regency Hotel & Towers Cebu
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... on them, people cross themselves when passing a church, yet they are corrupt at the same time. I don't get it.
- men with wooden sticks stand at the entrances of most places and use them to "search" your bags as you enter
- Tagalog is not the only native language -- there are many and it depends on the island which one is spoken apart from English
... AIDS awareness to GX via quizzes, games, activities, debates and probing questions. I focussed my activities around World Aids Day, myth-busting, stigma and the world view on the epidemic. After a long day I had my first IMAX experience at SM. We watched Inception, which was superfly, and then indulged in a long coffee chat sesh.
Saturday 31st was tour time and Jonny’s birthday back at home. We jeepneyed it up from Ayala, accompanied by Mark’s voluntary-tour-guide ...
... of them). First up was a catholic church which had been burnt down 3 times in its 400 year history (bit unlucky for a church we thought). Next it was a wooden cross behind the church. We looked at it for all of 30 seconds before going on to the final site which was the very average fort. All this excitement seemed to take its toll on Steve as he felt rather ill all of a sudden. We ...
... problem at this particular restaurant. In addition to the picked fish, we had pancit, a noodle dish served with liver and other innards (liver was good, innards, not so much). We also got grilled giant squid. Not the giant squid that eats whales for lunch, but nevertheless it is about 5 or 6 times the size of calamari typically found in the US. For dessert, we had toron, a warm pastry made from jackfruit (sweet, almost the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrown Regency Hotel & Towers Cebu Cebu City
We saved almost 50% bec of the group package for groups of ten
Price: 5500 php or 120 usd for 10pax inclusive of entrance, sky walk and edge coaster.
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