Santiago Bay Garden & Resort

Address: A.C. cortes Ave. Cambaro (Cebu office), San Francisco, Pacijan Island, Camotes Islands, Visayas, 6050, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on A.C. cortes Ave. Cambaro (Cebu office), San Francisco, is near Casa Gorordo Museum, Casino Filipino, Jumalon Butterfly Sanctuary, and Calanggaman Island.
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      Cebu again

      A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea on Feb 05, 2015

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      ... advantage was that we had airco, we arrived in about the same time as the bus, 4:30 instead of 5 hours. The road from Maya beach is real pretty though and the scenery impressive driving through hills of fantastic vegetation, palm trees and banana plantations. Don't ask about their driving capabilities, 'cause they have non and we sometimes asked ourselves what the hell the guy was doing.... Anyway we got to the North Bus Terminal and got ourselves a cab to our hotel. As it was ...


      A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea on Jan 28, 2015

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      ... upgrade! Joepie ! Nice room, clean and hot water, great! So first thing was a long hot shower and than we went for dinner downstairs which was real good. We were pretty tired and went up, watched a bit of TV and went to sleep. Thanks to everyone that sent birthday wishes and congratulations to Andrea and/or talked to us by facetime. 28th After breakfast which was reasonable, we got on a jeepny like a taxivan in ...

      Seedy, slow Cebu

      A travel blog entry by roger_ramjet on Aug 21, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Update from Cheryl

      A travel blog entry by sterkenmatt on Jul 28, 2013

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      ... There was a very small boy with a bad head wound. We prayed for Him, but he was very shy and did not want to come close. Another boy (3ish) had a head wound. Many of the kids gathered around and we layed hands on him and prayed for him. What a powerful experience. I believe God touched Him, but He was too shy to say. It was time to go. With an trail of small children we left and headed to a courtyard where we knew kids would be hanging out after school. I noticed ...

      Mall Rats

      A travel blog entry by baliblisters on Apr 07, 2012

      ... made more atmospheric by the tone
      deaf waiter's booming singing. After a delightful purchase -
      flannels to wipe the top layer of sweat off when we are walking -
      we wandered back to the hotel.

      and unable to engage with anyone other than to be hassled or begged
      from, we decided to take the easy option and to spend the day in the
      tourist bubble of the Ayala. This time we managed to stay ...