Marco Polo Plaza
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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This morning I headed back to the port to catch my ferry only to find all ferries are cancelled again today. I decide to head back to the bus terminal to get my ‘report’ for the police and mull over what Im going to do. My plans for Bohol (where I was catching the ferry to) was to hire a scooter for 2.5 days, camping and visiting a few tourist sites – the chocoloate hills, a tarsier sanctuary, a morning of diving and to hold ...
... we're not seating on the passenger seats... we're sat on back of truck with no seatbelt, open air, no safety regulations at all. Until the moment Ryan went to quiet road and stopped the truck, host aunty&Ryan opened the door, got out of truck and walked around to swap the seat, host aunty now get charge of steeling. I asked Ryan before he get in passenger seat, "what you doing?" His response was "Clarissa having a driving lesson" I frozen and told Joe and ...
Right now, I'm a long way from Boracay. And I've been to Cebu City as well. So I need to catch you up with things...... "Boracay" My first night in Boracay I spend around the bar at the resort. I talk to Amboy behind the bar. He's young, in his twenties and a little nervous. I find out he is from Manila and this is only his third night here. I've never worked at a bar before, he's says quietly. He tells me his story. He finished two years of his Information Technology decree ...
... inside a mall. With the constant cloud and rain we have had over the past couple of weeks, we spent much of our time discussing future plans, watching a terrible movie at the cinema (Jack Ryan) and reminiscing.
Was the Philippines what we had expected? Far away places rarely are. First off, the Philippines were no where near as American as I expected. Still very westernized but there is no real feeling or flavour towards the States good or ...
... After our previous stint in Cebu, we weren't desperate to go back and a sunny beach is calling to us. So we decide to pass the 10 hours in Tagbilaran - another busy, dirty city. We get our tickets for the evening boat and store our bags in a not-so-safe locker before heading out into the hustle and bustle in search of breakfast and entertainment.
Through blind luck we find a wonderful little cafe designed like a diner and take a seat. The waitress brings over menus and ...