The Regency Tanjung Tuan Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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This is a little town on the west coast of Cebu. Most tourists go there for the scuba diving. We went there just because we wanted to rest for a week, and be in a place where we could swim in the clean ocean again. We stayed at a beach area called Pangsama Beach, about 6 km from Moalboal. As it turned out our room looked out to sea, which was lovely. It is very hot here, but lovely sitting under the shade of the big trees in the sea breeze, or having a dip in the pool. Mark wasn't able ...
And what a busy one! Too busy to write the laSt entry so here we are in Malaysia on our stop over. We were having lunch with Rob and Marg at 12.30 at David Toutain and I had to swing by and pick up my dress which was having the hem taken up. Well you know the saying keep the best to last, well we certainly did. Sensational food. The best meal we had this trip and I will be making a booking for October. Lovely glass of rose champagne ...
... I had spent enough money I showed me receipt to have a go at the F1 2013 racing simulator. It was quite difficult and I only managed fourth place, which was probably largely due to the fact three of my seven other competitors were children who couldn't drive.
Afterwards, I squeezed my way through the crowd to take photos of the drivers as they were on stage signing autographs. The queue for signatures was huge so I'm sure many people were disappointed they didn't make it ...
Today we bid a fond farewell to KL. As we take the train out of the city and to the airport we look upon the skyline for the last time. As the train leaves the heart of this city we start to see small houses with tin roofs. They must be incredibly noisy in the rainy season, and extremely hot all the time. Soon we leave the furthest reaches of the city behind and we are passing through agricultural land with small ...
... in tin/corrugated iron houses and appeared to live hand to mouth. That afternoon was one of my best experiences whilst traveling- I really enjoyed being around the kids and they were all so hard working, focused on what they were trying to achieve and just great fun. The organization I went along to is called Chow Kit Kita and 17 ( I think!) teenagers selected from over 70 applicants work together to produce a show in the local community. In previous years they've ...