Life Under the (Mactan) Bridge – Part 2

Four years ago, I blogged about my very first time under the First Mactan Bridge. I shared photos of what life was like under the bridge (Mandaue City side). If you’re unaware, hundreds of families live under the First Mactan Bridge. A lot of these families live on the edge of the water. And an […]

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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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Life Under the (Mactan) Bridge

I was on my way to Lapu-Lapu one day to check out a wonderful spot. Anticipating horrible traffic along A. C. Cortez in Mandaue, I decided to take the smaller roads which I knew would lead me straight to the bridge. But, as fate would have it, I missed a turn or something and instead […]

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The Clearing of Mahiga

Several houses along the Mahiga Creek (Cebu-Mandaue border) were demolished recently as part of the city government’s REDZ (Reduce Eliminate Danger Zone) RIVER Project. I’m not sure how many individuals and families were affected but based on the photos, I can say that the number (of families) could be more than a hundred. That means […]

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Sinulog Festival Queen 2014

The Search for the Sinulog Festival Queen is a yearly event which aims to find the most graceful and most talented Sinulog lead dancer. This two-day event consists of a runway competition (on the first day) held at SM City Cebu and a performance/production competition (on the second day) held at the Cebu City Sports […]

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Pasigarbo Sa Sugbo 2012

Last Saturday, I got the chance to witness this year’s Pasigarbo sa Sugbo Street Dance competition. The event started at around 1 in the afternoon and the main program (main performance) started at 7. The event was held at the Cebu International Convention Center. This year, 31 contingents joined the contest. And yes, I was […]

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Summer Market

If you’re looking for a new hangout just a few minutes from the city center, then Oakridge Business Park is perfect for you. The Oakridge Business Park, which I think, is patterned after the famous Asiatown IT Park in Lahug, is located in A.S. Fortuna in Mandaue City. Just 2 minutes from Gaisano Country Mall […]

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Pasigarbo Sa Sugbo 2011

Pasigarbo Sa Sugbo is a yearly event which showcases the different festivals of the towns and cities of Cebu. Held every August, the event which is dubbed ‘Festival of Festivals’ concludes the founding anniversary celebrations of the Province of Cebu. This year, the event was held last August 13 at the Cebu International Convention Center […]

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Ever Changing

Here are some photos of the ever-changing skyline of Metro Cebu. I took these photos many weeks ago (during Masil’s homecoming gathering in Mt. View). Lacey was still in good shape then. Hehehe. ————————- Marco Polo, the IT Park cluster, and Radisson Hotel beside SM City Cebu.

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Cansaga Bay Bridge

First of all, let me say hi and thanks to Mam Inday Myrna (who is currently in Cebu) for the gifts and to Irien for giving them to me. Salamat kaayo guys! 🙂 Hehehe. I’m sorry you weren’t able to watch the live performance of the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center inmates. I’m not sure […]

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What’s Up, Cansaga Bay?

Some members of SSC-Cebu went to Cansaga Bay today to see the currently u/c Cansaga Bay Bridge. The bridge, which is part of the Cebu North Coastal Road project, will connect Mandaue City and the town of Consolacion. It is said that once completed, the CNCR will cut travel time from the city to the […]

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Mandaue City Upclose

I went to Mandaue City today for an important appointment. I visit Mandaue City regularly but I never really pass by the area near the City Hall. So, I decided to grab the opportunity to shoot today and drop by the St. Joseph (I haven’t been there since I was in grade school) and check […]

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