Montebello Villa Hotel
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... throughout the metropolitan area, and more than a dozen other schools and colleges specialized in disciplines such as medicine, engineering, navigation, nursing, computer science, etc.
Many foreign students travel to Cebu to study because education is relatively cheaper there. Most are Iranian and Nepalese who are studying dentistry and medicine. Recently, many South Koreans have come to Cebu to study English.
... in. They look like wonky cubby house type dwellings that you could pull down with your bare hands let alone strong winds. There are people living on every street here. I step over bodies in the morning to get back to the ferry. Streets and building walls smell like urine.This is the place I have seen the most condensed poverty and homelessness on my year of travels. I have no doubt that Manilla is a lot worse (Cebu is the second largest city after Manilla) and im ...
... other Filipino volunteer had to go next door who my host aunty's responsible with our curfew, wellbeing, safety etc... Me and other 3 volunteers eating together everyday. When I since getting know my host family properly I loved them! They're funny, carey, very straightforward/direct in honestly way not in judgement style. (Their culture) they treat me like their member of family. Even They hate seeing us being upset or down about something, very determined to cheer ...
... seafood dishes and we could have had room service 24/7 but we did not abuse their generosity. The habitual Karaoke was in one area and they had a nightclub with a band but we abstained.
The crossing was smooth and we arrived bang on time. The accomadation was right in the centre of Cebu City and was functional but they were carrying out alterations in one area of the hotel and started at 0700 am. On the first morning we didn,t notice as we were up at 0500 and by 0600 ...
... before catching a bus up north to Malapascua Island. Cebu City is a pretty grim and grotty place (downtown is at least) and the three ‘main sights’ really weren’t anything special. The Basilica Minore del Santo Nino is revered and worshipped by Philippinos mainly because it houses the ‘Santo Nino’ – a Flemish doll/idol/icon from Magellans time ...