Waterfront Airport Hotel and Casino
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... we go. Stumbled across Pacific Cebu resort. This was very nice. We had to pay 600 pesos each to get in but this was for food and drinks to. Well the resort was nice, but there was no sea to swim in..it was low tide and just looked swampy..a bit disappointed but at least they had a nice pool. Spent the afternoon in there. Headed back to the bar to have a drink and snack and took a stroll down the pier to watch the sunset. Gorgeous. The staff were so friendly and welcoming. Our tuk tuk ...
... I was still banged the door, and my host cousin took a stick to through the window to tapped the person; I cannot remember who it was, but it frighted that person because thought we broke in the house, They made a mistake, they should checked if I am in the bedroom before the lock out! It doesn't matter really because at long that I thanked enough I am in the house already not outside and I don't have to sleep rough with full of chickens and dogs. ...
... one of the workers who said the counter would open 2 hours before departure.
Also I noticed they were weighing all hand luggage before heading to passport control. Futhermore, before passport control you have to pay 550P ($14) departure tax.
I was quite shocked by this. At Cagayan de Oro I paid 30P, at Zamboanga it was 40P, and at Manilla they didnt even charge us. Now it ...
... a local. So last night we were hosted by 2 roommates Junior and Rica. Such nice and friendly people in the mid-20s. They were also hosting 2 other girls from Guatemala so we all crashed on the floor of their living room. Their toilet and shower were located outside the apartment and the shower consisted of a cold water in a bucket!! Slightly shocking, but hey, I said I wanted the local experience. For dinner, Rica took us to this BBQ place that was mind-blowing! I was ...
... of a sanitary pad and
shouting at the women in the “feminine hygiene” aisle. Even
better was the 'OAP only' shopping aisle, which I firmly believe
should be introduced in the UK.
a so-so Indian curry in the Persian Plate (made slightly less
appetising by the cockroach that ran over my place mat half way
through) we headed back to the hotel in a stunning sunset for a
chilled evening including a dose of TV.