You will always have a place in this world where you find that a lot of things have changed and a lot have remained the same in each visit. Cebu, the premiere city outside Metro Manila, will always be that for me. No matter how long I may have lived here before, or how many times I have visited it again, there is always something new to be had and something old to cherish every time.
This is especially true in my recent trip to Cebu. Although my flight arrived earlier that day, I took a cab instead of taking the cheaper yet longer commute out of the airport. I initially planned to take the latter option to see what I missed since my last visit. I then alighted by the Cebu City Hall and roamed around the vicinity.
It was noticeably cleaner this time, especially with the addition of the Senior Citizens Park, which, to the best of my memory, used to be a run-down place where you could have dirt-cheap legal documents.
I stopped by Koko Dine so that I could have an excuse to put down my backpack. My friend mentioned that their lechon could rival that of CnT's and Zubuchon's. Thankfully they only serve it during lunchtime or I would have willingly abandoned all my dietary inhibitions. For breakfast, I settled for a healthier fish tinuwa (soup).