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Traveling & working at the same time

Monday, November 10th, 2014 | Leave a response

Because we still love to travel, we are now developing a plan to allow us to travel and work at the same time. Working & traveling can go together especially if you enjoy experiencing the culture of the people around. Now that we are in the Events Industry and we have made many projects for people to appreciate, we are looking for ways to impart our knowledge and experiences to people from all over the country. We want to help […]

Back to Travel Blogging this 2014

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 | Leave a response

It has been a while since I wrote my last blog. I got so busy with a part-time business venture, which eventually turned out to become the bread and butter of the family. My wife and I got into the Balloons & Party Supplies business and we can consider our success rate, based on the bookings, to be increasing every month, which is the main reason why we stopped doing some of the things we love including travelling and writing […]

Whale Shark (Butanding) maltreatment in Boljoon and Oslob

Monday, April 2nd, 2012 | Leave a response

For the information of many avid readers of this travel blog, a viral photo of a girl standing on top of a whale shark, locally known as “Butanding” (Tagalog) and “Tuki” (Visayan), in Boljoon (NOT Oslob) in Cebu, has been the topic on social networking websites recently. Boljoon and Oslob are two different municipalities but are next to each other. It is highly possible that some Butanding, who used to dwell in the waters near Oslob, decided to move to […]

Cebu Professional Electronics Engineer (PECE) needed in building construction

Friday, September 2nd, 2011 | Leave a response

Recently, the Office of Building Officials (OBO) of Cebu City, other big cities and municipalities in Cebu, Philippines are requiring Electronics Permit duly signed by Professional Electronics Engineer or PECE as component of the building permit applications for the construction of buildings and residential houses. With this development, general contractors necessitate to tap the services of Professional Electronics Engineers in all building construction to primarily look into the telephones, CATV, fire detection and alarm systems, and other safety and security […]

Virgin Beach Resort in Cebu

Monday, August 1st, 2011 | Leave a response

Are you planning of having a vacation with your family outside the bustling city? Then Virgin Beach Resort is the perfect place to be. It is situate in the northern part of Cebu, Philippines, specifically in Malbago, Daanbantayan. It is about 17 kilometers from the City of Bogo and about 120 kilometers from Cebu City. Peaceful, quite, private, relaxing and secluded are among the best things that describe Virgin Beach Resort. It is an affordable resort with world class amenities […]

Cheap Cebu Tour Package

Monday, July 11th, 2011 | Leave a response

I’ve been travelling to the different parts of the Philippines for almost 2 years now and I don’t see any reason why I should stop doing this in the next 5 years or so – not only because I love to travel but because I bring along my wife Lisa and son Sam with me most of the time. After my tour in Bohol & Panglao over a year ago (my first and only tour package availed), I decided to […]

Malacañang sa Sugbo: President’s Residence in Cebu

Sunday, October 17th, 2010 | Leave a response

The Malacañang sa Sugbo (also known as Malacañan sa Sugbo, as written in the façade, and  Malacañang of the South) is considered as the official residence of the President of the Philippines when he visits Cebu and the nearby areas in the Visayas region. It was named after Malacañang Palace, the official residence of the Philippine President, in the country’s capital city, Manila. The Malacañang sa Sugbo was originally built in 1910 where the Bureau of Customs Cebu Office was […]

Galleon Andalucia in Cebu

Saturday, October 16th, 2010 | Leave a response

Ever wonder what’s the actual design of a Galleon Ship used in the 17th century to export goods from country to country? If so, then you might want to visit Galleon Andalucia and have this once in a lifetime experience to witness the replica of a ship used by the galleon traders to ship materials and goods, taking the Manila-Acapulco route. The Galleon Andalucia is currently docked near Pier 1 in Cebu at the back of Malacañang sa Sugbo which […]

Casa Gorordo Museum in Cebu City, Philippines

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010 | Leave a response

The Casa Gorordo Museum was originally a house built in the mid-19th century by Alejandro Reynes Y Rosales and bought by Juan Isidro de Gorordo, a Spanish merchant, in 1863. Four generations of the Gorordo family lived in this house, including Juan Gorordo, the first Filipino bishop of Cebu in 1910-1932. Acquired in 1980 by the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc. the house was restored and later opened as public museum. The Casa Gorordo Museum has been declared a national historical […]

Cebu Subway: The first Subway Tunnel in the Philippines

Thursday, July 15th, 2010 | Leave a response

Known to many as the business hub of country, Cebu now boasts one of its innovations to fast pace access to the city’s central business district – The Cebu Subway. The first of its niche in the entire Philippines, Cebu Subway stretches in a 0.97 kilometers long access from the SRP (South Road Properties) going underneath the historical Plaza Independencia and Fort San Pedro and ends at Sergio Osmeña Blvd. near Pier 2. The construction of the Cebu Subway which […]

Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House in Cebu, Philippines

Thursday, July 15th, 2010 | Leave a response

The Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House is located at 155-Lopez Jaena corner Mabini Street, Parian District in Cebu, Philippines. It is just a few steps away from the Parian Monument which is also known as Heritage of Cebu Monument and meters away from Colon Street, the oldest street in the Philippines. Considered to be one of the oldest residential houses in the Philippines, the Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House was built sometime between 1675 and 1700. It was originally owned by a Chinese merchant […]

Tubod: A Swimming Pool of Flowing Waters in Minglanilla, Cebu

Thursday, July 15th, 2010 | Leave a response

In Cebu, “tubod” is usually understood as a natural flow of ground water or a spring. It is one of the natural wonders in the Philippines where the Filipinos are proud of. A lot of people, plants and animals have been benefiting from this so called “tubod”. Because of the natural flow of this fresh water spring, swimming pools have been built in the entire country just to delight locals and foreigners of the icy-cool “tubod” which flows freely to […]

Sto. Niño de Cebu

Thursday, July 8th, 2010 | Leave a response

Sto. Niño de Cebu (or Holy Child of Cebu) is a Roman Catholic figure of the child Jesus. The convent was founded on April 28, 1565 by Fr. Andres de Urdaneta which was the same day the Legazpi – Urdaneta expedition arrived in the Philippines. A place was allotted for the church and the convent of San Agustin (the place where Sto. Niño image was found) when Legazpi and his men planned the urbanization of Cebu on May 8, 1565. […]

Santo Tomas de Villanueva Parish in Danao City, Cebu

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 | Leave a response

Built in 1755, Santo Tomas de Villanueva stands as one of the oldest church in the Philippines. Sto. Niño and Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral in Cebu, Baclayon Church in Bohol, St. James Parish Church in Dapitan, St. Joseph Parish Church in Camotes are just some of the very long list of old churches found in the country. Santo Tomas de Villanueva is situated in Danao City, one of the populated cities in the province of Cebu. The church suffered a partial […]

Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 | Leave a response

Cebu considered as the oldest city in the Philippines is also a home of old churches such as Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral and the Sto. Niño Church. No wonder it is the birthplace of Christianity in the Philippines. Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral is the ecclesiastical seat of the metropolitan archdiocese of Cebu. In August 14, 1595, Cebu was constituted as diocese and on April 28, 1934 it was lifted as a metropolitan archdiocese along with dioceses of Dumaguete, Maasin, Tagbilaran (Bohol), and […]

Magellan’s Cross: A symbol of Cebu

Monday, June 28th, 2010 | Leave a response

Cebu City’s main attraction and the symbol of the city is the Magellan‘s Cross. In fact the symbol and the chapel’s image can be found in the city’s seal. Magellan’s Cross also a symbol of Roman Catholicism in the Philippines, is a Christian cross deep-seated by Spanish and Portuguese explorers as told by Ferdinand Magellan upon arriving in Cebu on April 21 1521.This is along with the baptism celebration of the island chief Rajah Humabon, his wife, and some 800 […]

Heritage of Cebu: A sculptural-monumental tableau

Sunday, June 27th, 2010 | Leave a response

The Heritage of Cebu is a dramatic scene found in Parian Park. It is a panorama of the early Filipinos, to the dawn of the European Colonization, the revolution in 1896 and the birth of the Republic of the Philippines. The Heritage of Cebu is the heroic contribution of the Cebuano people and the saga of events which happened to the island of Cebu in the Phillippines. These are the vital elements in the formulation of the nation we know […]

Rajah Humabon park in Cebu

Sunday, June 27th, 2010 | Leave a response

Rajah Humabon was the first Filipino chieftain to embrace Christianity in the Philippines. He is regarded as the bravest and wisest man in the island of Cebu. When Ferdinand Magellan landed on Cebu on April 7, 1521, Sunday, Rajah Humabon made a blood compact with Magellan as a symbol of their newfound friendship. A similar ritual was done in Bohol during the Sandugo: Blood Compact between Miguel Lopez de Legazpi and Datu Sikatuna as a sign of friendship between the […]

Fort San Pedro: Smallest and Oldest Fort in the Philippines

Sunday, June 27th, 2010 | Leave a response

Cebu City known as the Queen City of the South is regarded as the oldest city in the Philippines. It is one of those cities rich in historical attractions as this is where the first Spanish settlement took place.  These historical attractions served as the monument of the city’s tumultuous past. One of the city’s historical attractions is Fort San Pedro which is known as the smallest and oldest fort in the Philippines. It is located near Plaza Independencia, in […]

Colon Street: Oldest Street in the Philippines

Sunday, June 27th, 2010 | Leave a response

Colon Street is considered as the first and oldest street in the Philippines. It is located in downtown area of Cebu City, Cebu and has been the witness of so many events that happened during the Spanish settlement. It was named after Cristopher Columbus, a navigator, colonizer, and explorer from Genoa, Italy. The original plan of the town’s design was made by Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, a Spanish explorer who arrived in the Philippines to constitute a settlement in 1565 […]

Birhen sa Simala: Monastery of the Holy Eucharist

Monday, June 7th, 2010 | Leave a response

The Monastery of the Holy Eucharist or commonly known to Cebuanos as “Birhen sa Simala” is situated in the southern part of Cebu. Specifically located in Marian Hills, Lindogon, Simala, Sibonga, Cebu, Philippines, the Monastery of the Holy Eucharist is famous for the miracles made by the Blessed Virgin Mary. Many are already walking testimonials to her divine grace and power for several different occurrences that happened to their lives. This is one of the many churches in the Philippines […]

Kan-irag Nature Park in Cebu, Philippines

Monday, May 31st, 2010 | Leave a response

Kan-irag Nature Park is one of the less visited tourist destinations in Cebu, Philippines as it is found in the upland area of the city, specifically in Barangay Malubog. It used to be a bare mountain but due to the reforestation project by the Ayala’s it became a functioning watershed. During summer season where El Nino is experienced, the water level becomes low and sometimes drought is experienced making the watershed  less functional. It is a home to about 27 […]

Tops in Busay, Cebu

Thursday, May 27th, 2010 | Leave a response

“Tops” is one of the most overrated tourist spots in Cebu. It can be found in Barangay Malubog, Busay, Cebu City in the Philippines. The entrance of Tops along the main road of Busay is fronting the entrance of Doce Pares Zip-line Adventure.  Other attractions which can be found in the mountainous areas of Cebu are Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort, Q Park, The Family Park, Cebu Taoist Temple and a lot more. Tops is owned by Emro Holdings Inc. and […]

Cebu Taoist Temple: Taoism in the Philippines

Monday, May 24th, 2010 | Leave a response

The Cebu Taoist Temple or The Philippine Taoist Temple Inc. is situated inside Beverly Hills Subdivision, Cebu in the Philippines. The building of Cebu Taoist Temple commenced in 1972 by a group of Chinese. The main temple is elevated over 270 meters above the sea level and the highest area is about 300 meters above sea level. It has a nearby temple named Phu Sian built by another Chinese Community but is not open to the public. Cebu Taoist Temple […]

Museo Sugbo: The Cebu Provincial Museum

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010 | Leave a response

Cebu has been a premiere tourist destination in the Philippines. Not only the nature parks and adventures you can enjoy in Cebu but you can also see the history of the Philippines through very informative Museums such as Casa Gorordo Museum, Cathedral Museum, Fort San Pedro Museum and a lot more. One of the most interesting museums in Cebu is Museo Sugbo or also known as The Cebu Provincial Museum. Museo Sugbo is located in M.J. Cuenco Avenue in the […]

D’ Family Park in Talamban, Cebu, Philippines

Monday, April 19th, 2010 | Leave a response

One of Cebu’s famous man-made park is D’ Family Park found in Talamban, Cebu in the Philippines. It is a nature park with a mini zoo similar to Crocolandia in Talisay, Cebu. It is perfect for family picnic and venue for large group activities and it is the first of its kind here in Cebu. It is inside the 20-hectare compound managed by the Metropolitan Cebu Water District or MCWD. D’ Family Park offers a variety of recreational activities for […]

Q Park at Compostela Cebu, Philippines

Sunday, April 18th, 2010 | Leave a response

Q Park is located in the northern part of Cebu Province. It is in the Municipality of Compostela, between Liloan and Danao City in the Philippines. This is an on-going project of Norberto Quisumbing Jr.’s family and the Norkis Group. It is “A legacy to the Filipino people and a place to remember” as the owners call it. Getting to Q Park Cebu is quite easy. From Cebu City, go straight to Mandaue’s national highway, then all the way straight […]

Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort in San Fernando, Cebu

Sunday, April 11th, 2010 | Leave a response

Hidden Paradise in San Fernando, Cebu in the Philippines is one of the unknown resorts in the country. It is found in a secluded and mountainous area in Brgy. Ilaya, San Fernando, Cebu. It was our first visit to the place and we had a hard time looking for signs that lead to Hidden Paradise Mountain Resort. We asked several people in San Fernando to give us directions and at long last we found the right corner going to the […]

Go-Karting at Kartzone, Cebu, Philippines

Saturday, April 10th, 2010 | Leave a response

Summer has just started here in the Philippines and everybody’s preparing for their own summer escapade. Mostly people would spend some time out on a beach or nature trekking and some would prefer trying out different adventures or sports within the city. One of the hippest sports to try in Cebu is go-karting at KartZone in F. Cabahug Mabolo, Cebu City in the Philippines. Go-karting, also known as karting, kart racing or go-kart here in the Philippines, is a version […]

Zip-line at Doce Pares, Busay-Malubog, Cebu, Philippines

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 | Leave a response

Zip-line has been one of the most exciting and thrilling adventure these days. In fact, it is one of my childhood fantasies. Just this afternoon, I made a fantasy become a reality. My wife and I went to Doce Pares, Mountain Training Park in Barangay Busay-Malubog, Cebu City in the Philippines. Zip-line is also known as zip wire, aerial runway, aerial ropeslide, flying fox or death slide in the Philippines. Zip-line consists of a pulley suspended on a cable mounted […]

Visita Iglesia in the Philippines

Friday, April 2nd, 2010 | Leave a response

“Visita Iglesia” is derived from the Spanish Language which means “Church Visits”. It is traditionally practiced every Maundy Thursday or commonly known in the Philippines as Holy Thursday to visit several different Churches. I believe this started in Rome where the pilgrims asked for penance as they visit seven pilgrim churches. Some Filipinos make the seven churches into fourteen and say the Stations of the Cross with one station in each cross. Some visits only one church to say their […]

Crocolandia in Talisay City, Cebu

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010 | Leave a response

Just this afternoon my wife and I finally decided to visit Crocolandia in Talisay City, Cebu here in the Philippines. We’ve heard a lot of good comments about this mini zoo and we want to see it ourselves. Crocolandia is a 45 minutes to 1 hour travel from Cebu City, found in a semi-secluded area in Biasong, Talisay City. We went there by motorcycle and we had a hard time reaching the place as there are less signs, advertisements or […]

Palm Sunday at San Lorenzo Ruiz Parish in Tisa

Monday, March 29th, 2010 | Leave a response

Palm Sunday or “Bendita sa Lukay (Filipino)” is celebrated every Sunday before the Easter Sunday. It is a moveable feast observed by the Christians. It commemorates an event noted by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John which are collectively known as the gospels. OT: The word “gospel” comes from an Old English word that meant “good tale” or “good news.” Today the word “gospel” is used to describe the 4 New Testament books that present the life of Christ. In a […]

Earth Hour Celebration in Cebu, Philippines

Sunday, March 28th, 2010 | Leave a response

About Earth Hour Earth Hour was organized in Sydney, Australia in 2007 when over 2 million homes and businesses put their lights off for 60 minutes to show their concern on our planet and make their stand against climate change. A year later Earth Hour became a worldwide movement in 35 countries with more than 50 million people voting for Earth. Widely known landmarks such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Rome’s Colosseum, The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, and […]

Side A: Concert at Ayala Center Cebu, The Terraces

Sunday, March 28th, 2010 | Leave a response

Side A recently launched a new album entitled “Only 1” featuring the song “Tila”. Side A is the Philippines’ premiere band with platinum-certified albums and is multi-awarded. They are best known for their romantic ballad “Forevermore” and heartbreak song, “Tell me”. The band was organized in 1985, and performed at the Calesa Music Bar and Lounge at the Hyatt Regency, Pasay City between 1986 and 1989. Eva Marie (written by Joey Benin) was their first song which was recorded in […]

Islands Souvenirs: I Love Cebu Shirts

Saturday, March 27th, 2010 | Leave a response

History of Islands Souvenirs The idea of Islands Souvenirs took form in the early 1990’s. The germ of a concept was inspired by the founder and chief executive Jay Aldeguer’s travels in Europe and around the Philippine Archipelago. He saw the need for light and practical souvenirs and “pasalubong” items. In every place he visited, he recalls buying all sorts of mementos from miniature figurnes to books. But as his bag filling up he decided to purchase souvenir T-shirts instead. […]

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