Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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After a day in Bohol and a day in Cebu, we reach the highlight of the short trip, which all of us were most anxious and enthusiastic about....
It was a trip to Oslob, for which we had to leave Cebu at 4AM in the morning, to beat the morning traffic in Cebu. Our cabbie, Mario, picked us up on time, right after we had a quick breakfast in McD, just opposite to Sampaguita Suites, a nice hotel, just 2 mins walk from Magellan Cross.
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... to Cebu City we obviously didnīt have a clue how to get to Oslob. Our guide book turned out to be totally useless because it didnīt even mention Oslob. Of course, there were many taxi drivers waiting in front of the airport but their fares were ridiculous (PHP 350 for a one-way ride from the airport to the South Bus Terminal). Luckily we bumped into a nice guard who advised us from where we could take a jeepney which is always the cheapest option:
- PHP 8 per person for a ...
... make an **** of himself, rude and demanding he treats the poor waitress like trash. He’s probably got a poor suffering Filipino wife/slave at home.
Foregoing the slow incompetence of Amigo’s we head around to Mifune Japanese for the all you can eat buffet. What a find !! More sashimi, sushi rolls, miso soup and tempura than you can poke a chopstick at. And the service is impeccable.
We show a very small token level of restraint and proceed to gorge ...
... am surrounded by 5 willing, if slightly incompetent and bewildered staff. They’ve plainly never done this before. I ask for a ‘fine’ grind, and they respond "Is fine, is fine.". It isn’t fine at all as the large granules of coffee come out the bottom, set for a plunger, not an espresso maker (or my little Viet coffee drippers) what they really meant is “It’s ok, it’s ok. We do for you.” Those crazy Filipinos !
There is ...
... to include the deep dive element of the advanced PADI course. This would open the opportunity up to see more stuff under the sea. More specifically this would allow them to see the famous Thresher Sharks off the coast of Malapascua Island north of Cebu Island. We decided to join in and do the deep dive element with them at Bongo Bongo. They had been to Bongo Bongo's before to dive around Apo ...