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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Finding Ronda’s Lapnis Spring

That’s it! This spring they call Lapnis just doesn’t want to be found! I give up! Like my first 3 tries, there was no one in the area who could point me in the right direction. Still, I decided to continue driving and look for the coconut trees near the ‘turn.’ I realized that there […]

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Cordova: One Year and Three Months Later

Over the weekend, I drove all the way to Cordova to revisit a lovely little barangay called Bang-Bang. If you can remember, Bang-Bang was one of the worst-hit areas when a huge oil-spill plagued the Cebu Strait and the Mactan Channel a year ago. The spill was caused by the collision of passenger ship MV […]

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Sinulog 2014 Schedule of Activities

Are you excited? Well, here it is! The official 2014 Sinulog de Cebu Schedule of Activities! Now start making those big plans! Don’t miss Sinulog 2014! —————- Pit Senyor! Sinulog 2014 Schedule of Activities

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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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The Unplanned Danasan Trip

So, I have to admit. Our trip last week to Danao’s steadily rising eco-tourism superpower was totally unplanned. Here’s the original deal: My mom simply wanted to go to Carmen to visit the Monastery of the Benedictine Monks in Barangay Corte. It was supposed to be a short half-day trip which would end with an […]

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MCPB Updates 28

So I just found out this morning that my Ranch Resort post yesterday was my 600th post. I can’t believe I made it to 600. When I was starting, I wasn’t sure if this whole blogging thing would last. But thanks to people who send in messages of thanks, support, and encouragement, we’re still standing. […]

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The Ranch Resort: Wet and Wild (West)

So last week, I had the chance to tour a few western towns on a Haojue motorcycle. From Toledo City, I went to Pinamungajan and Aloguinsan. Before leaving Toledo proper though, I dropped by the very intriguing The Ranch Resort. I’ve been to the resort once but I never really got the chance to get […]

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