Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort: The Perfect Getaway

Although Cebu is such a tiny city, life here can sometimes be very fast and hectic. During the rush hour, getting stuck in traffic can be as easy as spotting Koreans in Ayala. Cebu is a growing metropolis. But sadly, Cebu is growing far too rapidly that Cebuanos don’t know how to react. It’s pretty […]

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Tumalog: Picture-Perfect

So, it’s the weekend before my birthday (it’s also my 10th year at work) and I wanted to do something special. And by special I mean travel. (I’m so lame, I know.) So, even though it was the annual fiesta of our sitio and I only had 500 pesos in my wallet, I packed my […]

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The Southern Leg

Two weeks ago, we traveled up North to the town of San Remigio to see if we could get a family room for the Holy Week break. Well, unfortunately, that didn’t quite work out. This week, the quest for the perfect (well, seriously ‘available’ is even okay right now. haha.) destination continues. My parents decided […]

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Oslob Reborn

In 2007, I was introduced to the southern town of Oslob for the very first time. I saw its inner roads, met its people, and discovered its delightfully unique provincial charm. I instantly fell in love with it. In 2008, a very unfortunate incident took place in this sleepy little town. The church of the Nuestra Señora de la Inmaculada Concepcion and its rectory – two […]

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Oslob Church Revisited

  Here are some photos of the Oslob Church ruins. The church was gutted by fire a few months ago. The photos below were taken by Uzi during his recent trip to the town of Oslob.   Church interior.

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Goodbye

  The town church of Oslob and its convent were ravaged by a huge fire early morning [2:00 am] of March 26. Except for the stone walls, nothing was left of the age-old structure. On a similar note, a structure [one of the oldest in Cebu] in Boljoon was also reduced to ashes early morning of March […]

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Chillin’ In Oslob

  On our way home, we decided to drop by Oslob to take some pics. We had a lot of fun there. Not only did we see Oslob’s famous seaside church and historical ruins, we were also able to check out Oslob’s very interesting cemetery. (Though I’ve been here years ago, it still feels good to […]

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The Amazing Waters of Oslob

If you’re traveling South and you’re keen on dropping by Oslob, don’t miss their beach to make your experience complete. Because honestly, Oslob is all about the people, the culture, the heritage, and THE BEACH! Here are a couple of photos, so you know what I mean. 🙂

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Nanginhas sa Oslob: The Amazing Mudflats of Oslob

At four pm today, the water started to go down and the seaweeds that cover the deeper parts of the beach started to become visible. Mom decided to head out to the hunasan  (mudflats) to see if she could find some lukot. I decided to tag along and boy, was I thankful! It was an amazing experience. I’d […]

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