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... City isn’t that big after all. The taxi driver takes an extra 10pesos off us to take us right into the dock area and to the ferry terminal entrance. Immediately on alighting we discover we didn’t need to pay this at all – right just outside the harbour gate is the '2GO’ tour office.
It’s a very rushed morning only to wait another 45 minutes for the ferry for our super exciting 2 hour ferry ride !! A small and sad saviour ...
... Plainly it’s too much.
A slippery, slightly dodgy venture down the mean streets of Cebu…and still no coffee.
Beaten, I retreat to the 7-11 next door and buy an awful machine made Saeco coffee and retire to the room.
It’s a pretty slow day, we head off to Ayala Mall, all of 1 minute walk away. Entry is past the armed guards and the bag x-ray screening, all airport security style - the tenuous political and criminal nature of the ...
... see so many desperate. It's hard to see so many in need. I want to help them all. Some might say, "you can't give them money, because they all need money and you can't help them all". I say, if you help one, one is better off than he was before. You have brought hope to one. I will continue to help whoever The Lord puts in front of me and trust Him, because it is not me doing the work anyway, The Lord is just using me. ...
... we were joined in the room by quite an alarming array of creatures. As you might expect a tree house attracts a few rogue traders, mainly geckos, but one night was special:
A lovely meal after a beautiful sunset, a few rums and it was time to hit the sack. We headed back to the room and as the light was turned on, Lucy gasped and jumped back...right next to the light switch was a medium sized gecko...not so much of a problem but this one had a huge cockroach in it's ...
... 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.