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Travel Blogs from Lapu Lapu
... much better than that! We decided in the end to stay on Malapascua as it was beautiful and the Purple Snapper place was just the ticket (free tea & orange juice all morning if you bought a breakfast!) Adding to our tally of wrecks around Malapascua we found another 2 wrecks further up from the light house yesterday. These were more recent and were probably the fallout from a large tropical storm. We had 2 snorkelling sessions lasting 3 to 4 hours around the area and ...
... friends' in both the male and female prisons. It is pretty different when they open the gates for you and you are in the prisons walls with hundreds of inmates staring at you through the chicken wire. The prison actually was nicer inside than outside in streets, no wonder it was so crowded. They had a convenient store, fruit vendor, karaoke, rooms to have sex in and so on. Some nice gentlemen kindly asked us to bring back some face scrub for them next time ...
... Kids ran up to us and started singing to get tips. Of all songs, they chose the song which made that Pinoy singer famous? I can't recall at the top of my head but I was trying to hide my emotions cos after a while, they were sad to look at.
Cebu has such extreme poverty that once you step outside the mall area, you can see homeless people on the streets. Traffic lights still operated via a human. surreal.. back to thee old skool.
... first and oldest fort build in 1565. The fort was in surprising condition, with most of the walls intact. It was very interesting. After that, we continued to Beverly Hills. We laughed when our guide called it Beverly Hills, because we thought that’s just what they called it, but when we got there, they actually had a sign that said welcome to Beverly Hills. Beverly Hills is the only high end sub division in Cebu. The cheapest houses are around $550 ...
... here. I wanted to take my flip-flops off and cool the bottom of my feet on the floor. I decided against it. I was introduced to the to everyone else and we start walking to the roadside to jump into one of the garish Jeepneys. The five other people with me were from all over the place. A chap from Canada, one from the states, a Filipino-American from New York, a Spaniard called Hector and his girlfriend from the south of the Philippines. I forgot the names instantly.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services