- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We flew from Bali to Cebu in the Philippines via Manila. After such an amazing time in Gili Air we were really apprehensive about the Philippines. We were not sure what to expect and when we arrived into Cebu we were quite shocked by the level of poverty. Slums lined the streets and a lot of the City was very run down. It had a feel of India to it as locals were again totally amused by us, all stopping to stare and take pictures.
We had heard that the main cities were not ...
... damage anywhere which has included some pretty basic housing still standing. Cebu City is a simple city. It is semi built up but mixed in with empty lots and basic wood housing. A fairly standard Asian city. We were staying in a nice hotel that Webby had stayed in previously, the Waterfront. Nice hotel and has an adjoining casino. We had a cruisy afternoon by the pool and a rest in the hotel room before heading out to dinner to a place we had ...
... alive!! It was furiously trying to escape as the gecko just sat there, attempted to harness a creature twice the size of it's own head!! OK. No issues, it'll head off eventually once the struggle is over so I got my camera and took some snaps (picture available on request as it freaks Lucy out to see it!) and then I turned round to see Lucy white as a sheet and she just said simply, "I'm not happy." "It's fine", I replied, "it'll go eventually..."
"That I can deal with," ...
... of a sanitary pad and
shouting at the women in the “feminine hygiene” aisle. Even
better was the 'OAP only' shopping aisle, which I firmly believe
should be introduced in the UK.
a so-so Indian curry in the Persian Plate (made slightly less
appetising by the cockroach that ran over my place mat half way
through) we headed back to the hotel in a stunning sunset for a
chilled evening including a dose of TV.
29 TH March.
We set off at 7 AM bound for Puerto Princesa in a cramped mini van. This was no hardship at all as the trip would only take four hours. We had one stop on the way and we got back to Puerto around lunch time. We booked into the Ramari Pension once more. We spent the rest of the day wandering around town, we then had an early night as we were tired and we had an early flight in the morning. If you remember ...