Egi Club Cebu
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... party started.
3. It is relaxing : the best gift you can give your guests after a stressful time is a pool party. I mean, who wouldn't love sitting on a pool float, sipping a chilled drink while getting entertained? For some, even enjoying the scene around the pool and immersing their feet is water is calming enough. So, you should definitely consider it.
What you should know before entertaining around the pool :
... of God's immense love and the Blessed Mother's compassionate heart. After praying before the Lady with a white veil, I made my way to the back part of shrine where you will get to kiss the framed image of Mama Mary who had shed tears on six (6) occasions and thus prompted the Marian Monks to build the shrine. I felt an indescribable joy when I get to the area; one could smell the sweet fragrance of the flowers. From there, I went ...
... like transportation there is no printed schedules, no buses just these damn jeepneys that are too small for me to fit, its for little Filipinos. Organization is at the core of communication systems is poor and expensive if you want to just make a simple call so your texting allot here, nice fresy vegetables are hard to find surprisingly. I remember I went to a beach in Cagayan de Oro which is on the island of Mindanao and asked for a pineapple juice, now we were surrounded ...
... feet out. Alan said it was really cool because it was the first time he had ever gone superman style, and to boot it was only $5.00 per person for three zip lines. Zandrea also went on the zip line, but she did it the normal way, sitting down in your harness, she said it was a lot of fun.
On our way back down the mountain, there was tons of people in the streets, it was hard to get through by car, as it turns out the last Sunday in January, all ...
Time to move on and discover a bit more of the Philippines. We packed our bags, paid our bill, returned our motorbike and got the boat back to Dumaguete.
From there we took a bus to Sibulan, then the local fishing boat to cross back to Cebu Island. From the pier, we catch a taxi to the main road and then a local bus that dropped us in Cebu City.
The trip took us ...