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A Quiet Afternoon in Tuburan’s Molobolo Spring

Whenever I travel to the northern part of Cebu, I always find myself going towards the direction of Tuburan. I mean, there are a lot of other wonderful tourist spots and destinations in the north. But I don’t know why I just always end up dropping by the quiet town of Tuburan. Tuburan isn’t unlike […]

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Skywaterpark Cebu: An Exciting Escape

A couple of years ago, I was invited by the Skywaterpark Cebu team to visit their location in Mandaue City for a quick preview. The place was still being constructed then and they were just inviting selected individuals and media teams to drop by for a sneak peek. Naturally, I said yes because this was (and I […]

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Kabukalan Spring: Kawasan’s Gorgeous Source

One of the most popular tourist spots in the island of Cebu is Badian town’s Kawasan Falls. Considered one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the province, Kawasan Falls is visited by thousands of people every month because of its gorgeous drops and turquoise waters. Now, it is important to note that ‘Kawasan’ is actually […]

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The Moncado Colony: A Beautiful Secret

After spending the whole day exploring the highland communities of Toledo City and checking out for the first time the Toledo Tunnel and the Biga Pit, were were finally on our way back to Cebu City. The Cebu Moto Adventure Ride was one whole day of motorcycling but I didn’t feel tired at all. I […]

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Out of Cebu: Davao City and the Kadayawan – Day 4

On our last day in Davao City, we were able to witness the beautiful Pamulak sa Kadayawan street parade. Pamulak is a feature of the Kadayawan Festival which highlights the abundance of lovely blooms in Davao. During this event, participants from various sectors of the city parade their colorful floats adorned with fresh blooms and produce. Also […]

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Buwakan ni Alejandra: Balamban’s Newest Gem

After the Sirao Celosia Farms broke the local internet last year (which resulted to the farm being a new tourist attraction,) more and more highlands residents are looking for interesting ways to cash in on the trend. In fact, in the town of Balamban, just several minutes away, you will see that viewing decks, lifestyle […]

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Moalboal Town Plaza: A New Favorite

Moalboal has always been my most favorite places in Cebu. In fact, I’ve been to Moalboal a gazillion times (whether on purpose or by chance.) Strangely, I never really figured out whether or not the town has a plaza. All I know is that there is a big open space in front of the town […]

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Balaygsawa Falls: In the Heart of Samboan

Two weeks ago, I decided to travel down south for an important assignment. See, I had to finish my “11 Cebu Waterfalls to Include in your Bucket List – Part 2” article on TheCebuano.com. The problem was, I still had only 10 waterfalls on my list. So, since I knew that the southern end of […]

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Kalag-Kalag 2018 in Cebu

Each year, while the rest of the world is busy with their Halloween costumes and parties, Filipinos celebrate a pretty unique and special event. Every first and second of November, Filipinos flock to the cemetery to honor their beloved dead. This age-old tradition is not only an enduring testament of how Filipinos value their family and loved ones, it also shows […]

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Cebu Updates 23

After I returned to the Philippines from my work assignments abroad, I immediately got back to watch I love the most – traveling. And you know what I do when I travel — noticing the new things, taking a photo (or video) of them, and letting all of you guys know. So, for the twenty-third […]

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Out of Cebu: Davao City and the Kadayawan – Day 3

On our third day (a Sunday) in the beautiful city of Davao, we had to get up extra early. See, it was Indak-Indak day and everyone was pretty much already up by 5 am. After a quick breakfast at the hotel restaurant, we were off to the streets of Downtown Davao City to witness the […]

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Tabuelan’s Plaza: More Than the Usual

This is not a huge feature on Tabuelan and their plaza. Not really. But I just want to let everyone know how gorgeous the new (and improved) Tabuelan Plaza is. So, okay, honestly, I’m not even sure how ‘new’ this is because I don’t travel to Tabuelan very often (aside from the fact that I’ve […]

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Mines and Tunnels in the Heart of Toledo City

To be completely honest, I have no clear idea how we got here. All I remember is that Zandro (of Oz Racing) and his team invited me to join their Moto Adventure ride through the mountain barangays  of Cebu City. First, we went up the TransCentral Highway via Lahug and Busay. Then, we crossed some […]

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Biga Pit: Toledo City’s Captivating Man-Made Wonder

When I learned that the Cebu Motor Adventure Ride was going to make a stop in Toledo, I was very excited. Although Toledo is very accessible (and quite near,) I never really had a chance to fully explore it. I’m sure it has a lot to offer and it’s a shame that the places that […]

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Out of Cebu: Discovering Ormoc and My Love for Piña

Last month, I got invited to cover a very special event in the city of Ormoc. As part of the city’s move to promote its exciting new project, the local government flew in members of the media from various parts of the country. Most well-known local publications and news agencies were asked to send in […]

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A Scenic Stop in Lovely Ginatilan

NOTE: I was supposed to post this months ago but then things got a bit hectic. Then, when I finally got a chance to focus all my energy on my blogs, even more things happened. And now I am here in Vietnam for a long-term job assignment. Con: I won’t be able to travel around […]

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Liki Spring: Discovering a New Gem

I turned left towards the long lonely road which connects the towns of Borbon and Tabuelan. I don’t know why I did exactly, as my original plan was to head straight to the City of Bogo and look for new things to feature. But just like most of my travels, I ended up NOT doing the […]

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