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Posts Tagged ‘Ayala Center Cebu
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One of the newest hotel chains in the Philippines today is Tune Hotels, and unlike other hotels, you only pay for what you need so you can really keep your cost to a minimum. Here are my thoughts.
If you’ve been travelling around the Philippines you may have noticed those Islands Souvenirs shops selling souvenir tees so I wasn’t that surprised when the words Islands Stay Hotels came up. I had the chance to stay for a night in their Cebu City branch, and here are my thoughts.
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For my last day in Cebu it was a must for me to revisit the sites I wasn’t able to visit the last time I was here, and the first one on top of my head was of the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño. Since the location is in the vicinity of historic sites, a historic tour it is for my last day in Cebu.
The race was over but the feast had just begun! For our post-race lunch we were led by our stomachs to STK ta Bay! How does having dinner on the Moon sound like? Here’s our day.
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I had some “unsettled business” with my previous visit to Cebu just this January and never did I thought that a bit more than two months later, I’d be back to settle the score. For this second Cebu visit for the year there were still some new things I got to try. Let’s start the chronicle.
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After five days and five nights in Bohol and Cebu, it’s now back to reality. With tons of photos and a few videos to process, not to mention heaps of emails to read and respond to (both from work, media relations, personal messages, etc.) I can’t begin to imagine how to start sharing those wonderful adventures I’ve had! Well this is me attempting to give you some idea what happened with my grand adventure vacation: