Golden Prince Hotel
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... party, very kindly poured some fresh water over my feet to try to clean and rid of the fishy smell. Chris and Jing walked around for a bit longer, as Chris was curious to see the Manta Rays. Succeeding, we all sat down for food. Not your standard cheesy chips, we ate fresh barracuda in a delicious broth, with corn rice. It just so happened that Jing's other cousin was a bicycle with sidecar driver in the city. She kindly let Chris have a go, with me in the sidecar. ...
... 7kg checked in luggage for this flight, the lady says. I don't understand this, since there are tourists with way heavier luggage than me. Anyway, I don't argue, I just transfer some stuff into my small back pack. The aircraft is almost empty and takes less than an hour. We don't crash. Cebu City is the capital of the island of Cebu and has a population of 800,000. From the back seat of a taxi it looks a little less congested than Manila. We go through industrial areas ...
... place and became a tourist attraction as well.
Basilica de Sto. Nino
Basilica de Sto. Nino is a famed church of Cebu.It was built on the spot where the image of the Sto. Nino, preserved inside burnt wooden box, and was left behind during the expedition of Magellan in 1521. Since then, Sto. Nino became the most popular image in Cebu. Inside the Basilica is a museum that shows the ...
... so much fun. Everyone was so friendly. I spent the majority of my night dancing with a really nice girl called Roxanne and her friend. Roxanne was great fun to be with. We must of danced for a good few hours. By this point my feet were hurting. We decided to have a little break. We were shocked when we found out that it was 6am. I had no idea it was that late, I had a quick look outside and it was day light. I had no idea where my hostels mates had gone. We continued to dance ...
... had to be folded up, and in the case of the two guys beside us, the rooster baskets removed, the passenger let off and then the whole process got reversed. The roosters were very patient with all this disturbance until about the fourth time it happened, then the cock a doodle doo-ing started. Holy toledo - the Chorus of Roosters follows us wherever we go. To all the Philippino people this seemed just like a normal bus ride, to Leo and I ...