Sarrosa International Hotel and Residential Suites
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... the port to continue on with my journey.
During the few hours of hassle with the lost wallet, the weather changes and all ferries have now been cancelled due to a typhoon. Ferries were still running when I first arrived – totally bummer! So now Im stuck in the city and have to find a room in a place I don’t like or want to be. But sucking it up, I find one and book a ferry for the next morning instead. I stopped in at the police station on my ...
... deaf Filipino volunteer) who only live next door, his host mum and my host mum are sister in law! So he helped me to communicate with her for first few days. Grace who gave up her bedroom to let me and other Filipino volunteer Mary-Ann to sleep in. She really desperate to earn enough money from VSO to provide the medicine for her other sister in law who is on long term illness at the moment so they're sleeping in living room! Made me realise how close the family ...
... the air to everyone. The toilets were just holes with seats and the showers were small foot facets with a bucket. Each cabin had two rooms, a boys room and a girls room, and all the campers slept on the floor. The club room was also the dining hall, and the kitchen was in the back of it, very different from the separated dining hall and club room in Lost Canyon. Ainslee and Audrey got to sing Let it Go with the band, but mom stole ...
After my **** dive on Malapascua i decided i would move on to Moalboal down on the west coast of Cebu hoping for better weather and conditions. Stopped over in Cebu City for another night to split the journey, this time paying 163 peso for a non-aircon bus back. This time i stayed at the Elicon Hostel just down the road from the Teo-Fel. It's much plusher and nicer than the Teo-Fel and only 50 peso more for a room. In the ...
... VBS) and praying for one more leader to help with it. He asked Rhonda if he knew of anyone who could help for the week, my mornings were free and I went to VBS as a kid and wanted to work with kids, so was definitely a God thing and has been a really good week with them. A little different than back home though as the majority of the children are street kids and pretty rough. I was put in charge of grade 3,4,5 with a Cebuano translator so when I talked to ...