Mango Park Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to stop in it. In the provinces there is still poverty but not to the level or extent in the city here. In the provinces families and children who are homeless or in poverty walk along the street singing and hope for a tip (they don't ask foreigners, only other locals). They are literally 'singing for the supper'. I watch these kids and wonder what kind of people they will turn out to be and what experiences they will have over the next few years. In the city however, ...
... meaning she respected me as I am the eldest. Also she kept saying to me "you beautiful" I told her "you beautiful more" we end up being competitive who more beautiful (Denise certain more!!) ;) On couple days later my host aunty asked me and 2 others volunteers Lucilo and Joe if we want to join her and Ryan for a ride, we decide to tag along to get know area of Cebu other reason is being explore I love explore! Ryan was driving, Host aunty was a seating as ...
... stretch but when they first tell you that is your time it seems short but when you are out there it really is enough and we were both glad and sad when our time was uo. They are an amazing creature and yet again a great memory and very lucky to have swum with so many.
Once back on shore we went snorkelling from the beach before showering and returning to the main road where we flagged down another bus and spent another 3 and a half hours travelling back to Cebu City.
... a case of the giggles. (You cant make this stuff up) In just less than an hour we arrived at the bus terminal, thanked our Philippino friends for their help and bid them farewell. A quick taxi ride got us back to our favourite hotel, The Henry. Even though it was only around noon, we felt like we had been travelling for a month of Sundays - with the choir!!! You had to be there, and I hope I've given you a little picture of what it's like to go from A to ...
... arrival we are disappointed to see our ferry has been cancelled. Nooooooo! There are only two ferries a day and the next one doesn't leave until 6pm. We have nowhere to stay in this dirty port town and debate what we should do next. We could go back to Alona beach, but it would just mean doing this all over again when we need to return to Cebu. We could wait in Tagbilaran for 10 hours until the evening ferry to Siquijor. Or we could head back to Cebu now and spend a few more ...