MCPB - BCBA 2019
MyCebuPhotoBlog is Best Photo Blog for 2019

Hello, guys! I know this is a little late (four months, to be exact), but since I’ve got plenty of time now, I’ve decided to finally post this. So, last year, MyCebuPhotoBlog once again received a nomination at the Best Cebu Blogs Awards 2019. It was for the Photo Blog category – the same category […]

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MCPB is Now 9 Years Old!

So, before I forget, let me just say that My Cebu Photo Blog just turned 9 last November 29, 2015. Can you believe it? Nine years! That means this blog was already seven months old when the first iPhone model was released! Haha. Anyways, as always, thanks for sticking around guys. I’m sure you all […]

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Joining the #CelosiaSelfie Craze

So, today, I did something ‘different.’ I got a half-day leave from work and drove all the way to the highland barangay of Sirao. If you’re thinking that I wasted 4 precious office hours to accomplish something monumental like joining a feeding program or planting trees in the Butuanon Watershed, then you’re wrong. I travelled a total […]

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MCPB at the Globe Media Excellence Awards 2015

About a month ago, I received an email from the organizers of the 2015 Globe Media Excellence Awards informing me that I was shortlisted (later officially nominated) for the Blogger of the Year award. The Globe Media Excellence Awards recognizes media practitioners who excel in “civic, investigative and explanatory journalism, with focus on pressing social concerns […]

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Montañeza Falls: Malabuyoc’s Hidden Gem

The great thing about driving a motorbike when traveling is that you can stop wherever you want, whenever you want. A few weeks ago, I was looking for a particular waterfall in the town of Alegria. And although I did not know exactly where it was located, I decided to not ask around and try to locate it […]

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Highs and Lows

After months of waiting, it was finally time to go on another solo road trip. The last solo road trip I had was probably more than a year ago. See, the old bike that I was using was deteriorating fast (it was more than 8 years old) and I didn’t want to have to deal with […]

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My Cebu Photo Blog is Now 8 Years Old!

Hello, friends. I would just like to let you all know that, yeah, My Cebu Photo Blog turned 8 this year. I couldn’t believe I’m still blogging eight years later (considering that I get tired of things very easily. Haha.) But, yeah, My Cebu Photo Blog is now eight years old. I think in blogging years, […]

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MCPB at CITE 2014

Last Friday, I was able to drop by Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino in Lahug for the 2014 Cebu International Travel Expo. The CITE is an annual event which features the trends and the current movers and shakers in travel and tourism. The CITE 2014 is the first show to open the 2014 International […]

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Christmas Must Go On!

Last November 8, Super Typhoon Yolanda ravaged Cebu. One of the many casualties was the giant Christmas Tree at the Fuente Osmeña circle. Fuente’s giant Christmas Tree is the ultimate symbol of the holiday season in Cebu. When its lights are on, it means Christmas has officially started in the island. The construction of the […]

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MCPB Updates 29

Two good things coming up! First, ladies and gentlemen, let me just say that this coming Friday, November 29,2013, MyCebuPhotoBlog will turn 7! Can you believe it? Seven years! That’s like high school and college spent traveling, taking photos, and writing. Haha. 🙂 To all my beloved readers and friends, thanks for sticking around. I […]

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An Outpouring of Love for Victims of Yolanda

After Typhoon Yolanda ravaged the northern towns of Cebu, help came right away. The morning after the typhoon hit, packing of relief goods began at the Cebu Provincial Capitol. By afternoon, truckloads of goods from the local government were already on their way to the affected areas. A huge number of government workers were also […]

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In Photos: Super Typhoon Yolanda in Cebu

On November 8, 2013, supertyphoon Yolanda – dubbed by many as the strongest typhoon in recorded history – hit the Philippine islands. Days before it was predicted to make a landfall, people had already began filling their supply cabinets with necessary supplies. This was in part due to rumors that the typhoon was going to […]

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