After we checked-in, I was relieved to find out that our accommodation was a lot more spacious compared to the photos of it I saw online. Our room was already fitted with four single beds, the two were extras I think, each of which had their customized signature fluffy pillows. Needless to say that the property was named after these babies.
This event is called Gabii sa Kabilin or Night of Heritage and is adapted from Germany's Lange Nacht der Museen (Long Night of the Museum).
Not many of my friends know this, that I really enjoy watching clouds go by. I could do that all day long and for no apparent reason as well.
Here's then to all our shared hopes and prayers that everything will get better there in Guiuan, all in good time.
The Heritage of Cebu Monument is a bronze sculptural tableau located at Parian in downtown Cebu. It depicts the important historical events and personalities that have shaped both the city and the province through the centuries.
When you are faced with that kind of predicament, you have every understandable reason to forget your table manners, or in my case, my imaginary dietary restrictions. All my three months worth of gym may have just been undone that very morning.
When you're already in Iloilo, you should not miss the Church of Santo Tomas de Villanueva or the Miag-ao Church, which is located approximately 40 kms southwest of the city
Carcar is clearly on its way to become more than just an old crossroad in the province of Cebu. Here is then a city that is both proud of its rich past and at the same eager to embrace the many challenges of the future.
I have long been curious as to the persons behind the already iconic murals of the Magellan's Cross kiosk in downtown Cebu City. The octagon ceiling portrays two important scenes that happened on April 21, 1521.
Rizal wrote on his diary that they saw three dolphins swimming along side their boat when they left for Iloilo the next day. I don't recall seeing one during my few trips where we would navigate by the Mactan Channel.