Travel Blogs from Cebu City
Today was an example of one of the many things I love about my husband. It seems that every time he comes, the Elementz group of developers goes and does some kind of service project (inspired by him). Today we went with Elementz and some people from Quest Church to deliver Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes to another hospital and a place called "Little Lambs". First we went to the hospital. It seemed to be in a little better condition that the last ...
... have been lying in a king sized bed and streaming my favorite shows on fast fancy wifi for 2 days.
I slept 15 hours last night, which got rid of the chills and the body aches, but my stomach is still upset and I still have no appetite.
Luckily it happened now when I can have a few days off!
But, it's been pretty miserable and I don't wish it on anyone.
I rebooked my flight to Camiguin for tomorrow morning and am SO EXCITED to get moving again.
... many beautiful antiqued furniture. The descendants till today still live in this house on the weekends. Interesting artifacts include time worn baby jesus statues and crucifixes. The interiors confess an old world charm so antique that I felt transported back in time. Both National Monument and Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House are not mentioned in Lonely Planet guide book, so go check them out!
Ayala Shopping Mall
The rest of the day was spent ...
... to find a hotel. I decided to look for a hostel nearby and catch the earliest bus at 3AM instead. I found a banner saying "THE CHEAPEST INN in TOWN". It looks decent from the outside. I felt the luckiest person for a second so I briskly walk towards it. The reception is at the third floor. On my way up, I noticed teenage couples standing on the corridors waiting for nothing. They were looking on the floor for no apparent reason. I approached ...
... was able to capture some up-close and personal shots with the Whale Shark. Hopefully you can get some insights from what I have encountered, and have you ready for any unforeseen events.
But once you are underwater with them, don't be scared, relax cause they won't bite..and most of all, ENJOY!
Til the next Island Girl adventure!