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Bianca is a registered nurse who loves to travel and blog about her adventures, mishaps, and experiences! She also loves...

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Swimming with Whalesharks in Oslob, Cebu.

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[...] 50 pesos for the ride. How to go to Oslob from Cebu Airport? 1. Ride a cab and go to the Cebu South Bus Terminal. It’s about 40 mins away from the airport. It would cost you around 220-250 pesos. 2. [...]

Swimming with Whalesharks in Oslob, Cebu.

[...] it last October 2013. How to go to Oslob from Cebu Airport? 1. Ride a cab and go to the Cebu South Bus Terminal. It’s about 40 mins away from the airport. It would cost you around 220-250 pesos. 2. [...]

Kawasan Falls in Cebu

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Samal Island Travel Guide!

[...] , we went back to Davao City and stayed at The Japanese Tunnel Hotel and Resort and went to Samal Island the next day. It was our second time in Samal but we weren’t able to explore it on our first [...]

Hagimit Falls in Samal Island, Davao

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Monfort Bat Sanctuary in Samal Island

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