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Sumilon Island: Cebu’s little paradise

By on January 11, 2011
Those who have been to Sumilon Island have found refuge in its white sand beaches, warm sea breeze and vibrant marine life. This small corner of paradise has indeed lived up to its name by providing a quiet and secluded hideout, far from the demands of the city life.


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Birdwatching at Olango Island

By on December 29, 2010
There are 77 species that use the said migration route. Olango supports 62.34% of that number making it a very important part of the whole migratory picture. It is no wonder then why the OIWS was included in the Ramsar List of Wetlands of International Importance on November 8, 1994.
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Malapascua Island: Beautiful ‘misfortune’

By on December 28, 2010
Malapascua, when loosely translated in Cebuano, means 'unfortunate Christmas.' The story regarding the origin of its name has many versions.


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Galeón Andalucía

By on October 18, 2010
The galleon serves as 'a cultural, touristic, gastronomic and business promotion platform for Andalusia, showing the world the best of this autonomous community and its resources.' The said province in Spain was its birthplace before it finally sailed from Seville six months ago, and then to the rest of the world.


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Our Gilutongan adventures

By on September 5, 2008
But the real Gilutongan is far from the picturesque island-hopping stopover we may know about. Consider the following: only 13 out of the 250 homes have toilets; the island does not have potable water supply, a sewage system or electricity; gambling is rampant because it is tolerated by the local officials.


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A church in the middle of a cemetery

By on May 31, 2006
At that gathering, there were many Nang Milas, Nang Indays and Manong Juns – men and women who have fallen once in their lives but decided to surrender to the lordship of Christ. Despite the enduring poverty, you could really see the unspeakable joy in their eyes; a joy that can never be bought by any currency in this world.
Brennan Mercado
The Philippines

Brennan is an electronics engineer by profession. From time to time, he gets to travel beyond his office cubicle, try new restaurants or catch up with his terribly long list of unread books. He likes museums, spicy food and talking with habal-habal drivers. For now, he's still deciding on whether to play Pokémon GO or not.

Awards
Best of Cebu Blog Awards Best of Cebu Blog Awards
2015
    Best Food Blog
    Best Creative Writing in a Blog
    Finalist, Best Travel Blog

2014
    Finalist, Best Food Blog
    Finalist, Best Travel Blog

    Grand Winner, Visit Davao Tuloy ang Byahe Experience Blogging Competition.
    Winner, 2013 TLC Asia’s The Layover contest
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