We are in the letter P already in ABC-Wednesday I’m thinking what to post till I saw our pictures in Plantation Bay. Last February we visited Cebu City and one of the places we visited was Plantation Bay. The place is really pretty with huge swimming pool it’s really a good place to have relaxation.
Plantation Bay has 11.4 hectares of secluded grounds yet only 30 minutes from Cebu City, Plantation Bay offers one of the largest privately-owned waterways in the world, with the clean elegance of colonial-plantation architecture.
Opened in late 1996, Plantation Bay has already had over a million visitors from every corner of the globe. Virtually all of them agree that this is one of the best resorts they’ve ever been to. Experienced travelers in particular will feel right at home at Plantation Bay. English is spoken throughout the resort; we also have Japanese, Korean, Mandarin andSpanish-speaking staff members. More info here– http://plantationbay.com/
It is Tuesday once again meaning time for Ruby Tuesday. I’ve been posting about our 2 days vacation in Cebu-Bohol. So here are other photos that are part of our get away.
Philippine Taoist Temple, Inc.
This is located in the well-off village of Beverly Hills about 6 km north of downtown Cebu. It was built by Cebu’s large Chinese community in 1972, topped with pagoda-style roof.
It is said to be that this temple is the center of worship for Taoism, the religion which follows the teachings of the ancient Chinese philosopher, Lao Tze. If you climb the 99 steps to the entrance, you will be pleased with a good view of Cebu City and in the distance Mactan and Bohol islands.
When we arrived in the temple the guard is already closing the gate. The guard said it’s open till 5PM only I think we arrived at past 5. We asked the guard if he can still open it for us because we traveled via air just to visit this place but still the guard refused us. So we only had picture taking in the front of this temple, sigh!
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