Probably the best list recommendation you can get out of Google. This list is directly from a Cebuana who loves to explore here own hometown a.k.a. me. I’ve decided to make this list as this is the top question I always get from people. I could actually list this to my personal Guinness World of Record as the most asked question.Read More »
Here are some of the ancestral houses turn museums in Cebu City that you can explore. There’s more around Cebu, but I find this three convenient to visit, interesting, and it gave me a clear picture of the kind of life the families lived during those centuries.Read More »
Nerisville opened to public last September 2018. A small park that replicates the iconic landmarks of Bali, Indonesia and Hobbiton in New Zealand.Read More »
Back in my University days, I passed by this house almost every day on my way home and believe me I rarely look at it. I felt like, I might see a couple standing on the window wearing the filipiñana and barong — hahaha! That was just the teenager me being so imaginative and paranoid.Read More »
We originally arranged an island hopping but when we are about to leave the house we decided to cancel it because of the weather condition in Mactan Island. Safety will always be our top priority especially that the kids are with us. Instead, we headed to Cebu Safari & Adventure Park.Read More »
Such a happy news to Cebuanos that we already have a local version of Salted egg chips.
This salted egg chips craze is originated in Singapore in 2014 until today the well-known brand isRead More »
I was chatting with my daughter in messenger when she sent me a link, It directs me to the Instagram of Crate Cafe. She asked me if we can visit this hipster place when I’m home. I said whyRead More »
I like former Presidents Jose P. Laurel and Joseph Estrada signatures.
If you love Star Wars and coffee you should definitely visit this cafe. Read More »
Osmeña peak is the highest mountain in Cebu. It’s situated between the southern towns of Dalaguete and Badian, nearly three hours road trip from Cebu City via public bus. The peak is named after the Osmeña family, an influential political clan in the province.
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