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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TripAdvisor Reviews Masters Resort 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

... Cebu City, a growing modern urban part of a city that defines old and new, rich and poor and everything in between. Our first day was simply spent relaxing by our hotel pool and the evening we headed to the gorgeous  Lantaw Floatin ...

Lets move to the philippines! 7100 islands to go!

A travel blog entry by vaughnyb on Jan 09, 2013

2 comments, 1 photo

... even the national language which is called Tagalog and is spoken by everyone and in the part of the country where I am the major language spoken is Visayan which is very similar to Spanish...Because i spent 4 years living in south America this country is a 'no brain-er for me' I just need to adapt to the cultural mixture of Asian, that is thrown in there. And that makes the women beautiful I must say!

The food is not too good here though ...

Armed to the teeth!

A travel blog entry by iain_todd1985 on May 09, 2011

... br> walking through the shanty town so i decided to turn round! Walked past a
machine shop come engine spares shop, the two guys where helpful and
pointed me in the right direction. Managed to find the Fort, I had a
walk around it was pretty interesting and that was the only two sights
to see round cebu city!!lol. Every bank has armed guards consisting of pump action shot guns and Ak-47's along ...

Hello Halo-halo

A travel blog entry by raymondc on Aug 29, 2007

66 photos

... the meat melted in our mouths, not too fatty and not salty as with a lot of Chinese pork - a truly memorable meal. (Apologies to any Muslims or Jews reading this.) The next transport we got was the cheapest, but least comfortable, a jeepney running between Argao and Carcar. At Carcar we explored the town plaza, in the shape of a rotunda with statues, and spent far too long trying to locate the so-called "Heritage Street", which was not named ...

Long Night, Long Day in Cebu

A travel blog entry by mandy13082 on May 29, 2007

1 comment

... to my bed and watch me like a creep. Luckily, they grouped the JMU students together, so I had 3 other people around in case I was in trouble. He proceeded to wake Virginia up and talk to her on the bunk above me. He asked her for a picture of herself and to be her boyfriend! He even jumped up and sat on her bed. She kept trying to tell him she was tired and finally he left us alone. What a creep. We got off the boat in Cebu around 7:30AM, about 2 hours ...