Be Resorts - Mactan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... highlight of the trip – the worlds smallest primate, very Yoda looking and sooo cute. Though still not quite as cool as bearcats ! The crappiest butterfly farm I’ve ever seen (10 mins), Baclayon church struck by earthquake in 2013 (10 mins) and then as quick as you can say "My God Josephine, they have tiny monkeys armed with Tasers ! Those crazy Filipinos !!" we’re back at the port and back on the ferry.
Whirlwind cheesy tour over ...
... and some of the many healings I have seen. Including one of my mother In-law being healed of celiac disease. Now they are looking at me like I'm crazy, but I have their attention and now some boys have come over too. We started talking about the things that Jesus did on earth. Who He hung out with, miricles, signs and wonders. The invitation for salvation had already been offered and they seemed to think they had it covered. Now the baptism of the Holy ...
... the resort and was based at the airport to entertain guess. He told us to wait for another minute while the Van is on it's way. 15 mins. in total , finally the Van arrived. They we're all accommodating, and started to pick up our baggage's. Lucky us, we're only guess that occupies the Escapade. (I have a picture but I can't find it now)
... at our gate, but our flight was delayed, so we were waiting for 45 minutes.
Once we boarded our plane, a Cebu Pacific Air Airbus A320, we had another delay on the runway, due to traffic congestion, and then 30 minutes later we were off. It was a 1 hour flight to Cebu City, and once we landed, we got our bags and got a taxi. Once we got to our hotel, in Lapu Lapu City, the city beside ...
... The Filipino-American was very helpful when we were talking about something I wasn‘t up to speed with and always interjected to fill me in. I called the Canadian an American which he didn’t like much. I said it later on and everyone laugh. I felt very welcome and included into this new group of people. I find it hard not to judge new people, and generally assume quickly if I would get on with them. Hopefully this experience will counteract that snap defensive mindset a ...