Dulcinea Hotel and Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and our flight appears to be on time. We’d left nearly 4 hours to make the connection because of advice we received about the chaotic mayhem of Manila airport, none of which transpires to be true.
Our Cebu flight arrives through a massive thunderstorm and we alight at possibly the smallest, most hokey International airport we’ve ever seen. - Mactan.
Now to take on the much maligned and feared local taxi drivers. ...
... March. It is an hour or so away by ferry so still gives us reasonable access to Cebu City - for what that is worth. Bohol is a beautiful island and the beach at Panglao where we will be staying is quite idyllic. Even here at Mactan, it is exceedingly pleasant on the coastal strip. We face a tropical lagoon and, beyond that, many off-shore islands where one can be entirely unconscious of the filth, squalor and depravity that is the urbanised Philippines.
... went sightseeing, saw some statues of Magellan and Lapu-Lapu the founder of the city, who also killed Magellan. Each year the Philippinos remake the fight between those two.
Day 11 Woke up early to go island hopping with Dana Isabel ...
... Within our five
minute conversation he managed to offended the entire Filipino guest
and staff populations by bellowing about how little people around the
country got paid. Barely taking a breath he continued to describe his
near mugging experience when walking around drunk at night in the
dodgy Downtown area, his experience of being stood next to someone
being shot in Bangkok, which resulted in him having ...
... A huge 6 litre bottle of water for the mornings. Some apples and snacks. I found the drinks section and bought some cans of Coke and San Mig Lite for P35 Pesos each. 52 pence in normal money!
With my victory over the public transport, the local super market and my internal worries I left goods in hand. I knew it would take some time before I felt truly comfortable here, but it will happen soon enough.
Now, I looking forward to getting into the work. Just to occupy my days!