Vacation Hotel Cebu
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... out of tempo song. So we blended in quite nicely! Eleven litres of Red Horse and two rounds of videoke later, we were told there was a street party to go to. We had now also been joined by Wendy, Lloyds girlfriend, who took my hand and led us through the slums of Cebu City. We came across the first street party which looked pretty intense and I didn't feel too happy about staying. Luckily Jing quickly moved us on, as this was not where we were heading. A few streets ...
... to get a friend for me. A little later an attractive girl comes into the bar and orders a beer. Jimmy leans across me and asks her name. Marianne, she says. She is tall and slim and sexy. A tourist further along the bar is mesmerised by her, staring. Marianne flicks her long hair and looks in the mirror behind the bar. Jimmy talks to her. She is Thai, and in Cebu with her Filipino friend for a few days. She is from Phuket, where Jimmy has lived for a while. They ...
... Taoist Temple is located on top of the northern hills of Beverly Hills Subdivision. This shrine is a sanctuary for those who practice Taoism, an ancient belief based on the wisdom of a Chinese philosopher Lao Tze. The temple is open to both worshipers and non-worshipers. However, taking pictures inside the hall is strictly prohibited as it signifies disrespect to the gods. In Addition, silence must be ...
... a good time. 7eleven was the place to be. After a few cheeky beers we headed for the clubs. There were a lot of clubs to choose from so we didn't know which one was the best. Kelly ended asking some security officers which ones they liked. We ended up deciding on one and agreed we would go to a couple whilst we are here. The boys had to pay double the entrance fee to the girls which was only like 30p or so. As soon as we all got in we headed to the bar for another round of ...
... from Vancouver to Toronto, we found that they had been treated the same. And if one wants to stay past that 60 day limit, one must purchase a tourist I.D. card. The cost of this card plus another 30 days was going to set Monica and I back over $350 so we declined. Others we talked to bought the I.D. card, while others flew out of the country for a day or two and then returned for a fresh 60 days. It is just a money grab from a corrupt government that ...