The Bellavista Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Bellavista Hotel Lapu Lapu
Simple airport hotel no frills
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We prepared our baggage late. The typhoon Hagupit is still lashing the eastern islands of the Philippines and based on news, it will pass through the Central Visayas. Our doubt, maybe our flight will be cancelled.
I booked the Shore Time Hotel in Boracay for 3 nights and they asked to have 10% non-refundable down payment. Our flight …
... the resort and was based at the airport to entertain guess. He told us to wait for another minute while the Van is on it's way. 15 mins. in total , finally the Van arrived. They we're all accommodating, and started to pick up our baggage's. Lucky us, we're only guess that occupies the Escapade. (I have a picture but I can't find it now)
... minimal - you have to buy everything, and the views of the islands was superb. I did take too many photos along the way of what I imagined were new islands rising from the sea or old ones disappearing into the sea. Regardless it made for some very nice colors in the water. After a little confusion, we met our driver who took us to the hotel in the center of town. We booked a 3D/2N package from Manila which took care of the airfare, ...
... at our gate, but our flight was delayed, so we were waiting for 45 minutes.
Once we boarded our plane, a Cebu Pacific Air Airbus A320, we had another delay on the runway, due to traffic congestion, and then 30 minutes later we were off. It was a 1 hour flight to Cebu City, and once we landed, we got our bags and got a taxi. Once we got to our hotel, in Lapu Lapu City, the city beside ...
... themselves had such an animistic innocence about them. Just clinging to their chosen tree with their incredibly long fingers. One holding a four month baby. I think Isabelle would have died if she had seen them.
Afterwards we headed to the famous Chocolate Hills. We drove over the river where they had shot Apocalypse Now and into the mountainous region of Bohol. Well, hilly region anyway. Upon arrival a local pointed at our tyre and shouted 'Flat' as we parked. The little, ...