Travel Blogs from Cebu
... Cebu City, a growing modern urban part of a city that defines old and new, rich and poor and everything in between. Our first day was simply spent relaxing by our hotel pool and the evening we headed to the gorgeous Lantaw Floatin ...
... even the national language which is called Tagalog and is spoken by everyone and in the part of the country where I am the major language spoken is Visayan which is very similar to Spanish...Because i spent 4 years living in south America this country is a 'no brain-er for me' I just need to adapt to the cultural mixture of Asian, that is thrown in there. And that makes the women beautiful I must say!
The food is not too good here though ...
... pistols, also the security vans look like they could survive a war! Went back to the guest house before it got
dark which i didn't fancy walking back some of the roads! The food that
night at the guest house was nice. I decided the next morning to go to
the shopping mall to kill the time and ended going to the cinema to
watch the Fast Five!! I should of only booked one night in cebu not two,
... br> Our first stop was Baclayon Church. The first church here at this site was made of wood in the 1500’s but was rebuilt in 1727 out of a much stronger material. The floors on both levels are original with wood on the upper floor being held together with wood pegs and tile on the lower. There were some original wood pews with carved backs but most of the pews had been replaced. Although no longer used there was ...
... the first Spanish
settlement in the Philippines. Cebu is the Philippines' main domestic
shipping port and is home to about 80% of the country's domestic
shipping companies. Cebu also holds the second largest international
flights in the Philippines and is ...