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Travel Blogs from Cebu
Fuerza de San Pedro is a military defence structure, built by Spanish and indigenous Cebuano labourers under the command of Spanish conquistador, Miguel López de Legazpi and the Spanish Government in Cebu. It is located in the area now called Plaza Indepedencia, in the Pier Area of Cebu City, Philippines.
The smallest, ...
... on the streets in the markets really was special, I finally felt as if I was really in Asia. Busy streets with bikes, trikes and people walking every which way, people shouting trying to sell there goods, it was total chaos and it was awesome. The meat and fish market really took it to the next level, talapia flopping around on tables, live shrimp being splashed with salt water and kicking around, giant tuna heads on display, several types of seaweed for sale. ...
... pulpit for sermons to be made. The walls were made in two steps the first out of bamboo slats and then they covered it with a mixture of lime, sand, coral and egg whites...weird, I know. Now they have a stand at the front with a microphone. There were many sculptures on site Jesus, Mary and the whole gang. The walls and ceilings had murals depicting various religious events.
On site we were also able to ...
... registration and introductions, and the arrival of the Lapu Lapu City football squad, who dominated the field and all of whom come from the squatter settlements in LLC. The LLC team usually play / practice in a small sandy area, so the field made a nice change. The clinic got going amidst the grass and the occasional puddle, with the Philippine Football team running a tight, structured clinic that made the most of the space we had available. I was on camera duty so snapped away happily ...
... a laugh and try not to take everything too seriously. Consider how hard life is for some of the people in the Philippines and how happy so many of them seem to be and you’ll see quickly that they are a resilient and resourceful people. The fact that the majority of them speak good or passable English allows the common tourist to get a little further in conversation with them, to really get a better understanding of where they are coming from and in many ...
Other places to stay in Cebu
Matumbo Road, Lapu Lapu | Condofrom $57
Block 4 Lot 12 Ilang Ilang St, Lapu Lapu | Condofrom $20
Barangay Pusok, Lapu Lapu | 4 star condofrom $52
79 Don Gil Garcia St., Cebu City | 3 star condofrom $37
Edison Street Apas, Cebu City | Condo$30 average