West Gorordo Hotel Cebu
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... some garlic toast set us back 200 pesos (about $6)
The Island of Bantayan is still recovering from the typhoon Yolanda The island was nearly flattened. Many people today are still without a roof over their heads or proper food in their bellies. The Red Cross and various other organizations came in and gave some help, but it obviouly wasn't enough. Leo had taken with him a whole pile of clothing that he planned to give away to the locals. He gets ...
... country hospital is REALLY like? Without NHS and my family mainly. After the doctor found out the problems and his recommend is I have to go emergency room to run the tests, the IV drips into my body ASAP to prevent the dehydration goes worse, problem is the doctor's eye being caught on the interpreter being unwell too. His order was... The interpreter has to stay away from me otherwise the infections will passing on each other. Meaning interpreter cannot do interpret for me. ...
... but its in my checklist) and missed to try those fresh, yummiest and tastiest BBQ selection. Maybe next time, I wont miss it.
SHAMROCK. A store where you can buy Otap, Ampao and other visayas delicacies.
FOOD. Try Ngoyong (Lumpiang gulay) and Puso Rice (Rice wrapped in coconut leaves)
LECHON. Cebu is known for having (one of) the tastiest Lechon in the country. So I tried CNT Lechon and ZUBU Chon. Delicious.
... I was officially sick.
Getting sick made me feel better, but I barely had the energy to get a taxi back to the hotel.
I spent the whole night tossing and turning, getting up 5 or 6 times to vomit throughout the night.
We were supposed to fly to Camiguin island at 6am, but I cancelled, sending Ferg off ahead of me and promising to join him in a few days.
I spent the morning getting sick and feeling bad for myself, then checked myself in to a fancy ...
When the check in staff arrived for 12.30 they sat there putting on make up and said they would open at 1pm. Even the Koreans were getting upset when the counter is supposed to open 2 hours prior to departure.
About 12.45 they opened the counters and I got my boarding card in less than a minute. Then we thought we could goto passport control but were in for a surprise.