Marco Polo Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... too hot. You will see the crowd partying, splashing water and paint to crowd. The street was crazy! I would want to repeat it again -- except the difficult of walking through the crowd. I know thats part of a huge festival. And experiencing Sinulog again would require same crowd bumping, walking, and all, I would still do it!
Will surely be back to Cebu! Sinulog is really one of the big festivals in the Philippines! Pit Senyor!
... the best western lex hotel.' For a standard room it cost $125 Australian per night and for a deluxe room it cost $150 Australian per night. We got the deluxe room for $90 per night because we booked last minute. We walked around the shopping centre for about an hour and got lost several times, before deciding that we should go to our hotel to check in. We spent ages trying to find the same exit that we came from but eventually we found it. We picked up ...
... City quite well. It is fairly different from the place I stayed in Bohol in the sense that Cebu is a big city. It's dirty and busy. Compared to other cities in Asia I visited, I noticed that there are more homeless people and it's so poor. Children are begging on the streets for food and money. Many of them sniff glue to reduce the feeling of hunger. And it is heartbreaking to see how many have to spend the night on the street. In the evening you feel sorry for those sleeping on ...
... arm, offering him some horrendously strong local spirits and commenting on how beautiful his wife was. A very surreal experience and now whenever we leave the hostel we run into him!
Tuesday morning we got up and located the government distribution centre. We spent 8 hours packaging food into family portioned bags and loading them onto massive lorries. That one little centre is currently producing 10,000 bags a day in an effort to feed 50,000 families who's ...
... injuries or their parents changed in to dry clothes. Sebastian continually rearranged our furniture so people could sit down far enough from the windows to be safe from the storm, and kept an eye on our valuables to make sure they weren't swept away in the storm.
At one point one of the men ran out in to the storm and began vigorously swimming across the chest deep river which stretched across what was once a neighborhood just outside our complex. ...