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  1. I LOVED YOUR BLOG!! :D I'm adding you to my blogroll :)

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  2. Hi Mustachio! Your blog is fascinating, thank you for sharing your travel and adventures. I also do blogging but not as good and famous as you. :) I would like to ask kung hindi naman sa pagmamalabis, do you preferred place/beach in cebu where me and my buddy can visit this coming June. We also avoid crowds, if you happen to have a perfect place for us I would gladly appreciate it. You may reach me at lakwatserongnoypi@gmail.com

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    1. Hello Lakwatserong Sulit! Thank you for reading this blog (and for thinking this is famous!). Good to know this is not all for naught :) I will think about your question and email you soon.

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  3. can we, bring tent? is there a rent for the tent, how much it cost, because we need to know the exact cost in order us to budget the money

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  4. Hi! When you said, 'no sand' in hale mana, does it mean deep waters? not safe for kids to swim? no long white sand stretch where kids could run? Can you suggest a more suitable place in Basdaku for kids (overnight preferably with swimming pool) Many thanks! Very helpful blog, Mustachio :)

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    1. Hi kulitos! Thank you. Glad you found your way to this blog.

      In Hale Manna, the beach has no sand but rocks/corals. The only sandy part is a small patch on the south side of their property. :D The gardens in Hale Manna are wide and kids can play there. They also have a pool.

      The only resort I know in along White Beach that has a pool is Club Serena Resort. White Beach is a long stretch of white sand, but you have to watch out that the kids don't go too far from shore because it gets deep pretty quick.

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  5. Hello, again. You are indeed a very big help. Been trying to came across with detailed information, so grateful you replied. I guess, will wait till the kids are big enough to explore. Many thanks!

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    1. You're welcome kulitos. Thanks for dropping by.

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  6. hey, I love your blogs. can u help me, will arrive 1am in taipei, can you suggest what i'll do considering I can check in to my hotel@3pm, can I wait at the airport until sunrise then where can I can spend my hours while waiting for 3pm checking in? thank you and more blogs to read from you.

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    1. Hi Sol. Thank you for your kind words. Yes, you can stay in the airport. If your luggage is big, try and ask your hotel if they have luggage storage so you can leave your bags before check in. As for where to go in the morning...I have only been to Taipei once so I'm not the best person to ask...but if you're interested in cultural/historical/artsy stuff, you can probably visit temples or the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall (opens at 9AM) or one of their creative parks (opens at 10AM or 11AM). Thanks again for reading my blog!

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