Toledo City: Cebu’s Western Superpower

This weekend, the family decided to head West to the beautiful City of TOLEDO. Toledo City is one of the ‘founding cities’ of Cebu. It is also an integral part of Cebu’s early boom a few decades ago due to the operation of industry giant Atlas Consolidated Mining and Development Corporation. Enjoying its 2nd class status, Toledo benefited […]

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Dalaguete: Welcome to Tidet-Tidet Land

Dalaguete is one of the biggest municipalities in Southern Cebu. This quiet town boasts of laid-back living, lovely mountain villages, amazing natural wonders, and a rich (and very colorful ) heritage. Dalaguete is widely-known for its pretty unmistakable Southern twang. While many other Cebu towns (especially as you move farther away from the city,) also have this similar […]

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In Photos: Guadalupe’s Langub Church

The Langub Church in Barangay Guadalupe is one of the most visited churches in Cebu City. Sitting near the borders of both Barangay Kalunasan and Barangay Oppra, this ‘outdoor church’ is frequented not only by the devotees of Cebu’s patroness Our Lady of Guadalupe but also by believers who pray for miraculous help and intervention. […]

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Cebu IT Park in Lahug (February 2007)

Cebu’s dream of becoming the IT Hub of the South is fast becoming a reality. With the completion of four IT buildings and the construction of two more this year, the park will no doubt soon become an important technology hub and an essential driving force in Cebu’s ever-growing economy. Check out some of the […]

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In Photos: Gaisano Country Mall

Gaisano Country Mall is one of the biggest and oldest malls in Cebu City. Located along Banilad Road, this iconic mall is a breath of fresh air in terms of architecture and style. A member of the Gaisano store chain, Gaisano Country Mall is frequented by students from the University of Cebu (which is situated […]

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The Sorry State of the Cebu City Zoo

Cebu City needs a NEW Zoo. Fast! A friend told me about his recent trip to the Cebu City Zoo. He said that the zoo is no longer a zoo, but a dumpsite with ten (or fewer) animals living in it. This description irked me. I was pretty sure he was exaggerating. So, I decided […]

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Taoist Temple: Cebu’s Favorite Destination

The Taoist Temple is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Cebu City. In fact, no Cebu Tour is ever complete without a quick visit to the temple. But I tell you, quick is not the correct word here. (Let’s see you still wear that smile when you reach the 100th step. Haha!) If you […]

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Visiting the Danao City Civic Center

After a wonderful dinner of chicken and burger at Jollibee Danao (they close at 8:30, hehe) we dropped by the new Danao Civic Center. It’s a good thing that two teams were actually playing when we got there. At least I got to check the place out.  Entrance fee was only Php10.00, too. Sweet! The Danao […]

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The El Salvador Beach Resort Getaway

If you want a quick getaway from the fast city life, pack your bags and go to Danao City. Just an hour away from Cebu City, Danao City offers an exciting hideaway which will surely relax your weary mind. El Salvador Beach Resort has been around for quite a while now. However, major improvements weren’t started until a […]

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Siesta Sa Carmen Town Plaza

One of the nicest town plazas in the North is the Carmen town plaza. The park has benches, playgrounds, fountains and a relaxing view of the sea. The plaza, facing the Carmen Municipal Building, can be seen right along the north national highway. The plaza is perfect for high noon strolls and chats as huge trees […]

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Liloan’s (Bagacay Point) Parola: Guiding Sailors Since 1904

The Bagacay Point, more popularly known among locals as the Parola, is a lighthouse in the Municipality of Liloan which is considered one of the most important heritage structures in Cebu. The Parola has appeared in countless infomercials, promotional photoshoots, music videos, and of course, personal blogs. So, here I am with MY very OWN […]

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