Sta. Monica Beach Club
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Day 23 - 29th April
Sooo that was not a great nights sleep! My poor leg hurt in every position I slept, there were dogs singing outside all night and the silly Chinese girls got up at 5am to leave! Are you kidding me, all that agro over a bed you were sleeping in for 5 hours.. You've got to be having a laugh! Anyway, we got up and went for breakfast at 10am and met the lady who was dropping our moped off! Yep, today we are hiring a twist and ...
... This place is extremely quiet and peaceful! A nice change from Malapascua and Bohol. Nothing here but waves crashing into shores. --- I totally got sick in Bohol. My throat is bad. I sound like Ginger Spice. Josh says I sound like a bimbo valley girl that I despise the most. How ironic. --- First thing we checked out was Mount Bandilaan. The highest peak had 3 mini watch towers, of which we were told were actually closed, but we went anyway. :D I gotta say ...
... Harold's fun dives for unqualified divers were about as pleasant as pulling off your toenails. Plus what was meant to be 1hr dives were lucky to last half the time. My advice go to Alona beach for diving! The redeeming features of Dumaguete were the town itself and the people. This felt like the real philippines, not the gold coast version. Well except for the oversupply of Peter Andre at the Hostel (a British traveller remarked to me, ...
... we also stopped by Bar * Din, the original Carcar Chicharon (made of Chicken skin) since the 1950's, just for something to munch..
It was a long drive, almost three hours, taking us to the far southern part of the island which Cebu city is part of. The drive was picturesque, with the highway in parallel to the Cebu Strait.
We reach Oslob and in particular, Tan-awan, after the lengthy early morning drive, and pay 3700 pesos as fees ...
... and I'm right. Over the next 30 minutes we pick and sometimes drop off passengers until we are full. I have my backpack between my legs and my suitcase next to me. Across from me is a pregnant girl, next to her a young mother and child. At the front and the second to board is a woman who I thought was a man. She is wearing a loose t-shirt and has short hair and jeans.
When passengers want to get off, they tap on the ceiling of the van, usually with the coins they are ...