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Cebu First Impressions We passed through customs without any hassle and were excited to see a guy holding a sign with our names on it - we hoped a good start. We also realised we were definitely in Asia when we both went to put seatbelts on only to find there was nothing to clip them in to. The traffic was pretty intense as we drove to the city; …
... Der Einfluss des fast 300 jährigen spanischen Kolonialismus war unübersehbar. Der ausgeprägte Katholismus, Kolonialbauten, die Namen der Städte (Valencia, San Carlos etc.), die Namen der Einheimischen (Reyes, Estrella, Nervez, etc.) oder der Einfluss der spanischen Sprache. So wird zum Beispiel auf Spanisch gezählt oder die Uhrzeit angegeben. Auch wurden wir immer wieder auf unsere Vornamen angesprochen: „Hey Cristina, Manuel - Filippino-Names!“.
... made more atmospheric by the tone
deaf waiter's booming singing. After a delightful purchase -
flannels to wipe the top layer of sweat off when we are walking -
we wandered back to the hotel.
and unable to engage with anyone other than to be hassled or begged
from, we decided to take the easy option and to spend the day in the
tourist bubble of the Ayala. This time we managed to stay ...
... up for the PEEPING TOM action inside.
I went back to the terminal and took the next bus after having some snack at Dunkin' Donuts.
My weary state worsen as I imagine myself begging the security guard at the municipal hall to let me spend the night there. My chatty personality must come into play to find someone who can help me look for a hotel in Oslob. My seatmate, who has all the gadgets in the world(Galaxy tab, Blackberry ...
... br> Our first stop was Baclayon Church. The first church here at this site was made of wood in the 1500’s but was rebuilt in 1727 out of a much stronger material. The floors on both levels are original with wood on the upper floor being held together with wood pegs and tile on the lower. There were some original wood pews with carved backs but most of the pews had been replaced. Although no longer used there was ...