Crown Regency Suites Mactan
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I want to go to this island because I love the nature
I wish to go to diving in this wonderful sea and will stay on the beach every day,
I don't know how can I will doing it or buy it
but I want to stay in this place for a 2 or 3 months and taste the food is the most important in this trip, don't forget it teacher !
... you need support you know? A little bit of empathy can go a long way. Only two people in my life currently do this for me and one of them is a boy. Thank **** for BL.
OMFG the sky really has gone golden above the hills, deep red, beautiful. Don't look down, don't look down.
What. A. Shithole. It's making the mud huts of Laos look like a nice Bishops Avenue on Hampstead Heath. I'm going to have to get off here ...
... most of the guests are from there. I also spotted a Korean couple having the wedding pre-nuptial. The resort also offering indoor/outdoor games, water sports, island hopping, massages, and spa. I tried the kayak and the stand paddle raft. <b>FOOD</b>. Aside of having four restaurants to choose from, the resort also has a food buffet every night and with different theme. On our first night, the theme was Spanish, so the food and the performers were also related to ...
... as a lot of it is shot in Hong Kong, so we where looking out for places we have been to and know!
After the movie had finished, Teresa found out that Bruce Lee's home was in Kowloon, where we stayed and is open to the public! We may try to find it when we go back next week, for our final couple of day's in Asia!
Later, we head across to the restaurant for our tea! As I have said before, it is a great venue to eat and drink with these vista's ...
... far away' and there was only 30 mins until boarding. 'Quite far' doesn’t even begin to describe the assault course we were about to embark.
So we had 30 mins to get to the plane and about 15 of them were spent waiting at passport control. We had joined the shortest queue but there was a doddery old lady serving and it was taking her an age to do all the checks (6-2).
After that we had to go up escalators, down escalators (no mean feat with a buggy) ...