Masters Resort Cebu

Tanawan Oslob, Cebu, Visayas, 6025, Philippines | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Tanawan Oslob, Cebu.
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Travel Blogs from Cebu

Discovering Cebu in the Philippines.

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Feb 07, 2014

22 photos

... 160;Ferdinand Magellan upon arriving in Cebu in the Philippines on\ March 31, 1521.  Cebu is a fascinating and beautiful part of this diverse country, and the city of Cebu far less hectic than Manila, but its history and ...

Trusting the Universe

A travel blog entry by oconnor27 on Feb 26, 2012

2 comments, 6 photos

... I worked well together, clicking straight away, getting the job done in a nice clean galley. A few days into the trip the captain told me that the boss was still interested in sending me to Mexico, an idea that was tossed around in December while I was home in San Diego but never developed. I was stoked to hear the news but didn't want to get to excited as this is yachting and anything can happen. On the last day of the trip however the captain called the galley and ...

Week 28 - 32 blog entry, shopping, 2 nights

A travel blog entry by mchavez on May 06, 2008

... another five hours by bus to Dumaguete, on the east coast of Negros. Just a reminder to myself: Never go on a ferrytrip when not feeling 100%, ok!! In Dumaguete I first went to see a doctor, just to make sure I didn't have anything contagious. As expected, the hospital and the proceedings there were quite different from what we're used to at home. The receptionist first asked me what my problem was, then she circled some names on a list and asked me, which one of these doctors ...

Seeing some cool old sites

A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Oct 20, 2007

1 comment, 15 photos

... internet cafe real quick to write and check my email while they finish eating here, at the food court :p We also rode on some jeepneys which are really cool. They remind me a lot of "combis" (types of mini vans) from back home in Peru. Actually, most of the Philippines in general reminds me a lot of back home. The Spanish influence is very evident ,as it is in Peru. Just random different aspects about Philippines which are really similar. Anywho, off I ...


A travel blog entry by conorsheedy on Oct 18, 2006

... made some enimies and got himself killed. The city on the island is named after the guy who killed him Lapu-lapu, fair enough. With all this history you can still see all the old sights of Cebu in an afternoon, including the little Jesus that Magellan gave to the Cebuans. The best sight is probably all the modifed vehicels making up the public transport system, puts "pimp my ride" in the shade, colours flags, millions of lights and mirrors, cool. So there aren't too ...