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Jeepney at the plantation bay

Jeepney at the plantation bay

Jeepney at the plantation bay Manmade White sand beach of the platation bay! Manny O's Restaurant at Hilton cebu hotel.

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       For the first time in my life,I get to visit Cebu. It was just one of my "Places to see" travel plans before. Cebu is just a small part of Visayas region. It is near bohol and boracay.

      It was summer last year, we went to Cebu for 2 nights 3 days vacation. We stayed at a friends Hotel called Hilton Hotel. We visited plantation bay as well to see the Man made White sand Beach. I couldnt believe my eyes, that it was just made by people. The sand is crystal white with the clear blue water. They even have a free service ride. The Long Jeepney, which is very Filipino. It will take you to wherever you wanted to go inside the plantation bay. For dinner, we indulged ourselves with Good food and wines in Mannys Os restaurant. It was such a nice experience for all of us. Although, we we'rent able to stay longer, Manny Os and his Wife really made us feel welcome and comfortable. I am looking forward to go back to cebu again. For sure it will be another fun and unforgettable experience.

Published on 6/4/09

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