Pacific Cebu Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Microwave in room
- Kids pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Sometimes days like today are necessary for you to make the most of your holiday. Nobody really wants to spend their day travelling but it happens all the same. We were up bright and early ready to take the bikes back (hoping all the time they wouldn't notice that the seat and handle of my bike were no longer in such good nick) and to grab some breakfast. I had a quick shower and packed and we were on our way, heading for a relatively unknown destination on the other ...
... a taxi. The ride only took about half an hour to reach the hotel - much less traffic than I remember from the last time I was here. So I arrived about 2.30pm. It's Holy Week (ie the week before Easter). Filipinos take this all very seriously and everyone is gearing up for the holiday weekend. As a result, all the little shops and restaurants are closed! Luckily the market is still open - so I'm all stocked with mangos. And I managed to find a bakery - so have some ...
... ethic is unmatched. They are not lazy by any means. They do a job until its complete! Very focused on the goal but because of closed mindedness sometimes are unable to relax... always working
so, I'm still deciding, but really I think I'm going to spend 9 months in the Philippines and 3 months in Thailand for a couple of years since they are only a 3 hour plane ride apart.
meet u at the crossroads peeps!
... town* at 10am. The port was the least policed port I've ever seen. The boat is another roll on roll off vehicle ferry. It's dreadful. We have a bunk bed, for a 4 hour journey? Instead of lying on a bed we sit outside on plastic garden chairs that are nailed to the ground. If I could walk on water I could gently jog and I would be faster than this ferry. A 30min journey is strung out to just under 4 hours.
We arrive, the weather is grey. There is ...
... of all fobs, doesnt even recognise him!!)
I did get to visit (in the rain!!) the Sto Nino church, Fort San Pedro, Magellan Cross, and where he was killed by Lapu Lapu on Mactan Island.
That was it for me and Cebu, its overated, WAY overpriced but i did get to meet my new found Ate (didnt quite catch her name) who wished I could be her daughter, bought me a pretty necklace and bought me jolibee for lunch!!! so Cebu wasn't all that ...