SotoGrande Hotel & Resort

Address: Dapdap, Lapu Lapu, Cebu, Visayas, Philippines | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Dapdap, Lapu Lapu, is near Crocolandia, Calanggaman Island, Rafael Farm, and Tahusan Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Lapu Lapu

    Queen City of the South

    A travel blog entry by scheuerman on Mar 30, 2012

    4 comments

    ... and Josil laughed behind the safe glass! But happy to say we crossed it off our to do list. The next day we got a personalized tour around Cebu, by Sharon and Josil, then in the afternoon and evening we went to a very fancy hotel, where they have an outdoor waterpark and pool. It was very beautiful again. These nights we stayed at a very beautiful hotel, thank you to Sharon's brother. Then next day we went to ...

    Stop off and Bowling

    A travel blog entry by iain_todd1985 on May 18, 2011

    ... hut deep stuffed crust pizzas later and we were ready for some bowling! I wasn't feeling too well from the last night on malapascua and the pizza didnt help either, so my bowling was off form or that was my excuse! Chris ended wining all three games, but i was amused by the Filipino in the next lane doing some epic back swing which took my mind off the dodgy stomach! I also mentioned to Chris that I was going to Bali after Boracay if he wanted to meet up....
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    Hedonism

    A travel blog entry by youloveit on Dec 16, 2010

    ... the people you meet are devoted, friendly Catholic people, but by night, to me, the vibe seems to change and the same curious glances I would get in the day seem overwhemingly threathening in the dark. Maybe it's just my paranoia, I cannot be sure but I would definitely not have ventured out of the hostel at night by myself. Although on my first evening, I met a Filipino man in the restaurant of the place I was staying. His name was Rolin he told me - as ...

    Leading up to the MPR...

    A travel blog entry by bridgetgx on Aug 18, 2010

    ... that they allow up for 4 people on the back of. We were on the back of one each so there was no squashing needed and it was so great! I'm so at home on the back of a motorbike and after five minutes i was able to get my camera out and start taking awesome shots and a couple of videos.
    That evening, Des's sisters and friend Christina (who had come to stay with us for a couple of days) made us a delicious dinner of garlic prawns, mashed potato and gravy, cheese ...