Talima Beach Villas and Dive Resort
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TripAdvisor Reviews Talima Beach Villas and Dive Resort Mactan Island
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... find an escape route, an early escape route, to Bohol island. Beautiful sunset is fading and being wrecked by the taking off of jets from 'Cebu' airport. Cebu is the next island along. Can't they even get the names right?
There goes another. An escape every thirty seconds. We will be relying on a Philippines ferry. Wish us luck. Obviously not you Rob,
Unnecessary? Do I care? If I published his ...
... On our second night was From Middle East, so belly dancers and Arab cuisines were expected. The buffet and the performance could be experienced by calling the reservation desk and paying 1,250 pesos exclusive of drinks. However, the food, for me, was considered lousy in the fact that it was rated five star. The food from main dish to dessert has nothing special. On the other hand, the Kilimanjaro Kafe, served the best breakfast buffet in the resort. The Filipino and Mexican ...
... even when the weather is not so good! It is fairly quiet, which we prefer, until a bit later! The food though on offer for a resort, is not very extensive and I end up ordering a club sandwich and Teresa has a chicken schnitzel.
The food was passible, no great shakes but we are not here for that, just to relax in some nice setting! We head back to our room hoping that the weather takes a turn for the better, even though there is a typhoon in the area, ...
... breeze felt so good after many sweltering days. We stopped to snorkel in clear blue water that felt like a bathtub. That's my kind of snorkeling!!! We saw hundreds of beautiful, unique fish and had so much fun just playing in the water together. We stopped at a restaurant that was up on stilts in the middle of the ocean. There was an island nearby, but this was not on it. We picked our whatever fish, ...
... mothers with tiny babies sleeping on
cardboard, sickly cats and starving dogs and streets and rivers
littered with filth as well as some very friendly children, keen to
practice their English.
total contrast to its surroundings, the cool, soothing oasis of the
Ayala Mall simultaneously revived us and made us feel incredibly
uncomfortable about hiding from the reality of the poverty ...