Golden Peak Hotel & Suites Cebu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Peak Hotel & Suites Cebu Cebu City
never had any headache during my stay at this hotel... being near to Ayala Center, I can say that it has a very good location. Rooms are ok and their rates are just good enough, "budget friendly".... Staff are also accommodating......... SATISFIED,,, and that satisfaction made me stay at Golden Peak every time I had an OB in Cebu City ;D
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... Jeepney to take us high into the hills over pretty sketchy roads but after half an hour we had made it to the cave. Just before I arrived in Cebu the island had been hit by a typhoon and the destruction it had caused was severe. I learnt that one of the villages we passed by on the bus had been hit badly and most of the residents had died or had their houses swept away. This typhoon had also made the cave entrance impassable as ...
... pair which was blue and purple. Dad still wanted to check the department store to see if they had the same ones but cheaper. The ones we wanted were a lot more expensive at the department store so we went back to the Sketchers shop and bought my shoes. We got lost several times before finding the exit that had the taxi stand but eventually we found it. We waited for about 2 minutes before we hopped in a taxi and went back to ...
... road, or a quiet little back road, which we chose. The back road is clearly third world kind of territory, past hardscrabble little open front shops selling soup and other food, lottery tickets, phone cards etc, as well as some little wooden shacks that are probably homes. It is also apparentl a small terminus for the jeepneys with half a dozen parked there during the mid morning lull. The malls did not really open til 10 am, but got buzzing after that. The ...
... was growing louder. I went to the bedroom at the front of our house where I could observe my surroundings. The rain was only light at that time, but the wind was already blowing the palms in one direction. I watched as portions of my neighbor's roofs flapped in the wind and power lines swung.
When I got back to my phone just past 6 am I had more messages, "Ate Elsa the roof of the building it is flying. And the floor has water..the babies are getting ...
... latest in a series of delays, cancellations, unfulfilled promises, undelivered documents and unprepared briefs. The Filipino law system, effectively dictated to by the church as it is and administered by bureaucrats without, seemingly, any sense of propriety (let alone sense of justice) is a travesty. Far from serving those who are wronged, it serves the powerful set that control it, in station and in cash.
We will have left the Philippines by the ...