Island & Sun Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Cordova
... to Elicon House which is located in downtown Cebu (you can google the place so as to know it's exact location) and the fare cost me almost 300 Philippine pesos (Cebu has a busy traffic during weekdays). It is best to hire a metered taxi so you can ask for a receipt from the driver.
After checking in the hotel, I ate lunch at Elizabeth Mall (E-mall) which is a walk away (you can ask directions from the staff of the pension ...
... The other team did prayer walks through three red light districts, street ministry, and jail ministry. It was an amazing week with many testimonies of healings and people coming to know The Lord. Then we headed north. It has been such a blessing this last week to be out of the city surrounded by plants and trees! This week has had different challenges, but God is so good! Something that The Lord has been speaking to me about since we arrived is being ...
... to take us the short ride of the water to Cabilao Island, home of lovely beaches and pristine reef systems.
In short, the resort was lovely. Simply beautiful, set in a large property with plenty of space and a fresh water swimming pool. Our tree house was the coolest thing in the world! A two storey cottage mounted in three palm trees that ran up through the cottages interior, making us feel like we were in a Robinson Crusoe-esque villa. This made for wonderfully cool ...
... You can read most of the letters, usually about passing an exam. The more noteworthy letters are accompanied with their donated clutches and wheelchairs, thanking Mama Mary for her miraculous cures. I wondered if any amputees had their prayers answered...just a thought.
You will eat well in Cebu
The bus ride back to Cebu was a breeze. With some cash to spare, dinner was a splurge at a restaurant near ...
... br> seemed to have established the location of the resort but were then
totally thrown when the driver refused to take us there by tricycle,
stating that it would take hours and was 'very, very far'. Having
heard this line a fair few times we were sceptical and became even
more confused when the driver stated that he would go and find his
friend who had a van. I explained that the resort owner had informed
us that they were only four kilometres from the port.