The Bellavista Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Bellavista Hotel Lapu Lapu
Simple airport hotel no frills
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Well I've been in the Philippines for about two months now and I'm getting a 'handle' on their culture. I've visited on and off when I was living in Thailand for two years but nothing beats living here day to day. You really get to know a country and its people that way especially when you travel within the country extensively.Feels like I'm in south America again...i just finished riding a jeepney, which is really a step down from anything I've ridin in ...
... the polluted city to soothing fresh air of the province. The bus will drop you in Tan-awan, the place to be and right there you can see sign boards of whale sharks. You can't go wrong since it is the most crowded place at the moment. Tickets for entrance will be 500php for tourists and 300php for locals but Oslobanons were given discounts so it's better if you know someone there.
Enjoy, relax and be ...
... the Spanish Invaders and killing their leader Ferdinand Magellan on April 27, 1521. Lapulapu became the first Filipino to have repelled European aggression.
We then went to see Magellan's cross, the large cross is made of Tindalo wood, and it encases the original cross planted by Ferdinand Magellan at that very site on April 21, 1521. At this same location, we visited the Church and Convent of Santo Nino (Basilica del Santo Nino), it is one of ...
... quite scary.
We wondered around the sanctuary with our guide, pointing out the five Tarsiers they had managed to pinpoint that morning on their daily hunt for the Tarsiers chosen resting place. The little creatures were very still but incredibly brave as we stuck our digital SLRs in their faces. Their eyes were mesmerising! Constantly scanning in a slow and lazy fashion. They look like toys that had been brought to life. I could have looked at them all day. The ...
... fish on both the fishing pond side and the river side of the connecting bridge. We arrived at the Zip line just as they closed for lunch, however the lady there was warm and friendly towards us and processed our accident and good health form, took our money and stamped my fiancées arm. We waited for only 35mins while the staff took there dinner and sat under the provided shelter and chatted with some other guests. There is another ...