Dr. Emilio Osmeña Botanical Garden: A Cool Getaway in Busay

Several weeks ago, by accident, I discovered an exciting new spot in Busay. During one of my usual motorbike trips to the highlands, I saw a sign that pointed me to a certain ‘botanical garden’ somewhere in Busay. Knowing that IG spots are now the ‘in’ thing among business owners and social media enthusiasts, I […]

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La Vie in the Sky: A Chill (and Quick) Getaway

La Vie Parisienne is a popular modern French restaurant and winery in Barangay Lahug, Cebu City. Known for its gaudy and interesting interiors and visually-stunning lighted trees, the restaurant is considered one of the most popular hang-outs in the city. Recently, La Vie opened another property in the highlands of Cebu. Aptly called La Vie […]

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Mantayupan Falls: Revisiting the Jewel of Barili

During one of my recent South Cebu rides, I decided to stop by the town of Barili to complete a simple mission. This mission was to see the Mantayupan Falls again. You see, I haven’t seen or been to the waterfall in such a long time. If I’m not mistaken, the last time that I saw […]

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An Unplanned Photo Shoot at the Ka-Tilong Sunflower Farm

A couple of days after I arrived from Vietnam (where I stayed for around a year,) I immediately went back to doing one of my most favorite things in the world – doing a solo round-Cebu motorbike road trip. One of the many beautiful things that i discovered during this trip was Florentino’s Eco-Park in […]

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Visiting Malabuyoc’s Fern Valley Resort

When my friend Anne posted some photos of a new spot in Malabuyoc, I knew I had to check it out right away. Her roots are from Malabuyoc and she’d been talking for days about it. I had been to Malabuyoc several times in the past, and as a matter of fact, I had also […]

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Florentino’s Eco-Park: A New Discovery

One of the many places that I visited as soon as I arrived back here in Cebu was the TransCentral Highway. As you all know, the TCH is one of my most favorite spots in Cebu. And as a matter of fact, I have made several posts about it in the past. I like to […]

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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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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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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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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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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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A Return to Tieza Botanical Garden

Many years ago (6 to be exact,) me and my friends decided to do one thing we never thought we’d be able to do. We set out on a quest to traverse the mountains of Talamban and Budlaan in order to reach San Pedro Calungsod Peak in Barangay Sirao. This little misadventure of ours was […]

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