Europa Mansionette Inn
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... diving, which most people usually do here.
On descent many high rises were visible. Cebu is probably one of the most famous and popular tourist destinations and a haven for holiday makers unlike Zamboanga which I had just visited.
The skyline had so many high rise buildings and was much more developed than the other parts of the Philippines I had visited on Mindanao ...
... Blanch(my friend)...while were taking up pictures there are some visitors take some pictures of me and taking pictures with me...hahaha...And the most funny things happened is that when someone thought that were working at Fort San Pedro and the other say that she wants to take pictures with me because she want to take pictures with ...
... areas of downtown Cebu City I was concerned we might end up getting mugged on the doorstep of some dodgy abode! Luckily we headed into uptown Cebu City and the hotel loomed into view and was pretty decent so were both relieved!
The next morning we decided to get a local bus to Negros, the next island at the bottom of Cebu - another day of travelling!
James and ...
... he hadn't been to yet.
There'd be lots of people there so I was sure I would be quite safe. As soon as I walked in I was the centre of attention so this made me feel better in a way that people would be looking out for me (unless they were all in it together, which only ever happens in movies!) After the locals had drunk a few more Red Horse beer's, they had plucked up the courage to approach me and ask me, not to sing, but did I have any requests for ...
... too much details as to what we'll be doing but blimey, the facts and figures about the issue are just awful. Like right at this moment, there are said to be 218 MILLION child labourers in the world, and of those, 8.4 million are involved in the worst kinds: child pornography, child soldiers, slavery and prostitution. And the thing is is that most documentaries you might see, i.e. Blood Sweat and Tshirts, only really focus on those making clothes, but there's so much more to ...