Tambuli Beach Club East Wing
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... Divine Protector of Cebu,seņor santo niņo de cebu and the arrival of Portuguese
explorer Ferdinand magellan in
the Philippines. The Fiesta
Seņor (Festival Lord)
converge a procession and take part in a mardi gras -like parade.
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... out of Cebu 31 Dec in the evening, so I'm stuck here until then. Which is why I'm catching up on the blog.
Yesterday I didn’t really understand why the ferries had been cancelled. It was cloudy, muggy and the wind had dropped off to nothing. But I was just reading up on the forecast and they expect five meter waves. Guess that explains that :). I was actually initially planning on taking a two day ferry to my next destination but due to the poor safety ...
... we're not seating on the passenger seats... we're sat on back of truck with no seatbelt, open air, no safety regulations at all. Until the moment Ryan went to quiet road and stopped the truck, host aunty&Ryan opened the door, got out of truck and walked around to swap the seat, host aunty now get charge of steeling. I asked Ryan before he get in passenger seat, "what you doing?" His response was "Clarissa having a driving lesson" I frozen and told Joe and ...
... stretch but when they first tell you that is your time it seems short but when you are out there it really is enough and we were both glad and sad when our time was uo. They are an amazing creature and yet again a great memory and very lucky to have swum with so many.
Once back on shore we went snorkelling from the beach before showering and returning to the main road where we flagged down another bus and spent another 3 and a half hours travelling back to Cebu City.
... a.m. and transportation to the dock at 4:30 a.m. Needless to say, we didn't receive the knock and when we arrived at reception at 4:15 there was no hint of transportation for us. Luckily there was a group of 4 Philippinos and an old miserable American guy who had arranged their own transportation, and even though the American didn't seem keen on the idea, the Philippino's allowed us to share their van. We agreed to pay the driver 150 pesos ...