Summit Circle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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When you are seeking for a fun yet thrilling adventure I highly recommend a visit to Oslob, an incredibly beautiful municipality at the southern part of Cebu. It is one of the most breathtaking places I've ever seen in my life. I always get the chance to experience the beauty of this place whenever I travel to Santander and Dumaguete. Riding a bus from Cebu South Bus Terminal, it would take you ...
... We met an older couple (I say older, but actually they're probably the same age as us!!) who came from Norway and during the careers worked on the cargo boats that travelled the St. Lawrence Seaway. We met a fellow from Germany who was there with his Philippina girlfriend - he's got it sorted - he's 40, and lives in Germany six months of the year and the other six months in the Philippines. It's interesting to find out what people from other places ...
... The people here were amazingly friendly and I only wished I could have stayed all afternoon!!
We had to move on quickly, now, so we wasted no time. First stopping in Carmen while my driver checked over his motorbike, this town had all their bunting up and ready, with signs advertising their fiesta, starting the following day!! People were lovely here too and everyone wanted me to stay. I wanted to stay, but we had to wave at all the smiling crowds ...
... nakatiis pa at napagdesisyunan na lamang namin na kumain na, at bumili ng kung anong ulam meron sila (kahit hindi namin sariling huli).
Pagkakain, bumalik na kami upang mag ayos para sa aming pagbalik sa Cebu City. Sa aming paghihintay ng masasakyan, dumaan muna kami sa Most famous na pagawaan ng masarap na Otap sa Cebu, ang "Shamrock". Mura ...
... of freshly-pressed juices as well. Eda and I both liked the Duran Duran juice.
Oh fine, it wasn't really called that, but dalandan, a type of citrus.
Since the whole point of our trip was to relax on the beach and consume fruity drinks, we spent the day doing just that. The sand was white, the sun was hot, and though it seemed clear, not five seconds after I'd left the shallows and gone underwater, ...