Travel Blogs from Cebu City
... the Gold Coast. We swap travelling stories and they tell me of the trip to Palawan they are going on tomorrow. They will cruise up the coast, sleeping every night on beaches and in local villages. Eco tourism. Sounds interesting. I might try that. I say goodnight to them and wish them well. Funny though, I never knew their names, nor them, mine. During the night, John is trying to convince me to hire a bangkas to go snorkelling with him. Sounds too much like a date to me. ...
... br> Basilica Minore del Santo Niņo church
7: 00 PM Dinner in Paolito's Seafood House
9: 00 PM Back at the hotel/Go to Ayala Center Cebu
Day 2 8:00 AM Breakfast in the hotel
10:00 AM Check out in Hotel
... It's an awesome experience at maaaring bumilik muli ako sa lugar na ito upang mapuntahan ang mga attractions na hindi namin napuntahan noon.
I highly recommend this place kung gusto nyong magkaroon ng konting spice ang inyong out of town!
Travel Buddies: Ernest, Lei, Brian, Merri, Ason, Mac, Gliza, Manilyn, Joi.
Photo Credits: Ason, Ernest, ...
... the airport, and there was one literally about to leave (2-0 to good luck!). We clamoured on board with all our luggage only to realise that we didn’t have a clue which terminal was ours. There are only 2 terminals so we reckoned getting off where everyone else did was the best idea. By the time we'd finished debating terminal-strategies we were off the bus and realised we hadn’t paid (3-0). Only thing is that, of course, we should have gone to T2 (3-1, good ...
... and talking with Rhonda:)
On Tuesday hooked up with a German priest who started something called landfill ministries where we drove to the dump site in the middle of the city where hundreds of families live and work. So for just one second imagine raising your family in a dump. It just rained the day before we came so the smell was nice and a royal rumble broke out when we opened the door to the truck and started handing out medicine and ...