Pawod: A Neglected Natural Treasure

If you’ve been to Hadsan, Maribago Blue Water, White Sands, Costabella, or any popular resort on the eastern side of Mactan, there’s a big chance that you’ve seen this pretty little watering hole just along Mactan’s circumferential highway. Visitors and guests refer to it as a ‘spring’ or ‘well’ in Mactan. The locals of Barangay […]

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Timubo Cave

After visiting Lake Danao Park in Patabog, we went to the Timubo Cave in Sonog, San Francisco, Camotes. According to Manong Ban-ban, our habal2x driver, the cave has an underground natural pool with crystal clear water. In the past, according to him, visitors had to carry torches or flashlights to be able to reach the spring without scratches […]

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The Camotes Experience

A few weeks ago, Mel and I met up in Ayala to talk about a possible website project that he wanted to do with me. During the meeting, summer plans came up. He mentioned that he wanted to check out Camotes because his friends have been raving about it. I have never been there myself so I […]

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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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