The Blue Orchid Resort
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... of playing pool in the local bar it was time to leave. The other thing putting me off was the number of old, fat, white men parading around with tiny Philippino girls. There were so many! I don't like to judge people, and the girls seemed happy enough I suppose, but it was very disturbing to see and they were always so unashamedly brazen about it. This is something I have seen all over the country in my time here though. So now in the South of Cebu got the boat to the next island, ...
... the sea selling T shirts and gifts, if I told you we have named her 1 tooth I think you can work the rest out yourself lol. Although we were here 3 nights I managed to change rooms 4 times!! The stay here was good all the staff are very friendly and helpful, the food is really good and fresh, would stay here again. 25th Jan: leave Apo Island Woken at 03.30by the cockerels must buy them a clock. Up at eight for breakfast and packing have a boat to catch at 09.30 to another ...
Headed back to the resort for more sleep before going out to the beach to see the sunset. IT. WAS. STUNNING. Red, yellow, orange, purple... all the colours combined with the blues up on the sky. Simply amazing.
We stayed til the sky went all dark, had a quick dinner then went straight back to the resort for more sleep.
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... flights in Philippines and you will have a very good starting point and get into it faster. If you go by Air Asia just notice that Clark is not Manila. You can stay overnight in Clark or as the citys name is Angeles. You can fly from there with Cebu pacific so you do not need to go to Manila(Because you donīt want to go there) . But I would definitely come here again cause I am not done here and I would recommend going here rather than ...
... was an adventure. We loitered by the roadside, getting a
fair bit of attention, even at 6.30am. I long to be told that I'm
beautiful in the UK as I am here, at 6am, no make-up on, hair
unbrushed, wearing the same clothes I've worn for days! We finally
saw a jeepney and hopped on, paying 20P each and jumping off an hour
or so later at Dalaguete, again a very un-touristed town. We were the
town celebrities for the ten or so minutes it took to grab ...