SotoGrande Hotel & Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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I've been in Cebu for three weeks now. The time is rushing past like an adrenaline fuelled night in London city. Already, I am starting to remove my preconceptions of how countries far removed from the west are. The murmurs, the pointing, the giggling from 4 foot nothing Filipino girls are losing there initial their hidden meanings from within my thoughts. I'm finding it easier to take the country and it's people at face ...
... 2. Go to the LTO official website and try and work out how much and the processes involved for a motorcycle have a headache. Alternatively.... Use the delightful services of Paul Whiteway,http://www.cebuexpatservices.c om/
How i did it.
1. Gather up all the original documents required, Original Receipt (OR), Certificate of Registration (CR), and insurance and make photocopies of them all.
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... a lovely lunch with Dex and Melissa, and enjoyed hearing about Bohol from Melissa, who used to live there. On the way to lunch we visited what is now known as “the international bakeshop” (my exclamation, which Dexter found hilarious and retells to everyone we meet), as it has a Filipino spin on: Belgian bread, Mongol bread (!), Spanish bread, etc etc. More fundraising meetings, lovely skype date for J and J’s wedding anniversary and then back home.
THE ACCOMMODATION: 6 OUT OF 10
The cost of an average backpacker’s hotel or hostel room is comparitively expensive in the Philippines. As is the case anywhere, you get what you pay for usually, but some countries offer consistenly better value for your travel dollar and compared to other Asian nations I would say that the Philippines is not great value. The absolute cheapest room I stayed in was in Bagio City. At only 250 pesos ...