Crowne Garden Hotel
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- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Free parking
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... I thought it was already completed after seeing Sto Nino. I did not know there is a bigger Sto Nino at the almost end of the procession, Senyor Sto Nino.
After the procession, I went back to hotel to freshen up and meet my old workmate who happens to traveling alone too.
We went to the PAINTensity street party. Well its good but not so much blast. There is a firetruck that spray water to people! So yeah! we went back to ...
... lots of rice and fried noodles..... we headed to the hills. A motorbike and guide took us up into the very welcome coolness of the hinterland. Here we looked out over the sprawling urban mass of Cebu city, further out to Bohol Is and the southern reaches of Cebu Island. Next stop.... a hike up 450 rather large steps, through a peculiar combination of small motel like units, physical work out zones (like an army exercise place of ladders, ropes and bridges); and ...
... taxi driver was nice. I read a few chapters of my book and soon enough we were going across the bridge that led to the airport. The airport was really big and we ended up asking a security guard where to go so that we could check in. Once we were checked in, it was pretty obvious where we had to go, we just had to follow the big line of people waiting to go through security. 25 minutes later we were at the front of the line and I was taking my i pad out of ...
... Helen, our new friend Jazz (who mum recons looks like a human traffiker...) and I caught a flight over to Cebu City on Cebu island in the heart of the Philippines and much closer to the path of the typhoon. Somehow the 1h15 flight managed to get delayed enough that, along with taxi rides at either end, it took us most of the day.
We set up in the hostel and enjoyed a meaty feast from the BBQ stall across the street, then set off on a walk to explore ...
... of his ceiling appeared to be caving in. We immediately went downstairs and stationed ourselves on top of our dining room table, surrounded by our couches raised up on our coffee table with pillows to protect our heads.
At that moment my thoughts slightly settled, in part because the situation didn't seem real at that point. It brought me back to my elementary days of tornado drills, stationed in the hallway of our school on a sunny day with a ...