Anemone Resort and Tours, Cebu

Address: Maribago, Lapu Lapu, Cebu, Visayas, 6015, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Maribago, Lapu Lapu, is near Calanggaman Island, Crocolandia, Rafael Farm, and Tahusan Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Lapu Lapu

Appointments are for cancelling!

A travel blog entry by on Mar 15, 2013

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... she had allowed herself in Manila was way excessive. What do I know? Not as much about the Philippines as she does, obviously! I will now not be surprised if she has to stay the night in Manila and return to the hospital tomorrow. I'm so numb with the constancy of carelessness, corruption, system overload and dysfunction that I can scarcely get excited about it any more, one way or the other. (Ivy finally completed her examination at 1630, 14 ...

Heading back to the beach :D

A travel blog entry by oshioshi on Jan 23, 2013

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... a local. So last night we were hosted by 2 roommates Junior and Rica. Such nice and friendly people in the mid-20s. They were also hosting 2 other girls from Guatemala so we all crashed on the floor of their living room. Their toilet and shower were located outside the apartment and the shower consisted of a cold water in a bucket!! Slightly shocking, but hey, I said I wanted the local experience. For dinner, Rica took us to this BBQ place that was mind-blowing! I was ...

Travelling in the Philippines

A travel blog entry by thessa_fred on Jan 19, 2012

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Time to move on and discover a bit more of the Philippines. We packed our bags, paid our bill, returned our motorbike and got the boat back to Dumaguete.

From there we took a bus to Sibulan, then the local fishing boat to cross back to Cebu Island. From the pier, we catch a taxi to the main road and then a local bus that dropped us in Cebu City.

The trip took us ...

7 Pesos. I think.

A travel blog entry by matt.hutchings on Sep 14, 2011

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... and skin were greasy with the humidity. I got dressed and read an email from mum. It was so nice to easily communicate with everyone at home. Before I had climbed out of bed I had decided on my initial plans for the day. I was feeling nervous about venturing outside of Bigfoots low walls, but armed with the words of the other interns about the area being safe in my head and a determination to concur any anxiety that still resides with my head, I was out of the door before I knew it! ...

Viva Sto Nino!

A travel blog entry by jeckfernandez on Jan 20, 2011


... 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 ...