Golden Prince Hotel
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... A few people went to bed so the rest of us got another tower and played pool and chilled till about 4am before we went to bed.
Today's Budget - 1,685!
Hotel - 370
Boat to Cebu - 500
Terminal Fee - 15
Lunch - 100
Trike to Port - 150
Dinner - 300
Ice Cream - 160
Drink Tower - 90
Day 32 - 8th May
After a nice lay in, we got up and found out from reception where we needed to go to see the main tourist attractions. ...
... talking on the plane especially when the air hostess's announced it was time for the inflight Christmas themed "competition". They then proceeded to sing Christmas carols and not stop till someone could guess what it was, the whole experience was very funny! Cebu city was similar to Manila with it's poverty and traffic but being the oldest city in the phillipines it did have a certain historic charm, for instance the Fort San Pedro ...
... ever don't allow to touch dogs or cats even if they don't bite. I love dogs! :-( The trainer talking about lots of Filipino foods. Especially the Balut (dead emybro baby chicken) we were rumouring around and think it's sick and so cruel! Until the moment the trainer asked us if we up for give it a try. My mind was like No way! Few minutes later my mind changed mind and said to me "life too short" then I said CHALLENGE ACCEPTED! At least it'll add my bucket lists before I die!!! Only ...
... in the north, Mindinao in the south and the Visayas is the center. We will only see the airport here - for a three hour layover. We have been impressed at how clean, modern and efficient the Filipino airports are - with Cebu being no exception. Since Cebu is a major tourist destination we see many more Americans, Europeans, and Australians here in the airport than in Davao. After our layover and a ...
... taxi excursions up to Pit-Os which is the village that the kids school is in, and where m is teaching. Once was to pick up our 8 yr old granddaughter Nyah, who was not feeling well, and then next day to pick up our 11 yr old grandson because the kids were out at midday while M still had to stay for meetings. It was interesting, as the 20 to 30 minute drive (depending ...