Cebu Archive

Great Travel Deals at the 21st Philippine Travel Mart 2010

Looking for the best travel deals for your next vacation? Bargain hunters will surely enjoy this year’s cheap and affordable packages at the 21st Philippine Travel Mart (PTM) on September 3-5, 2010 at the Megatrade Hall in

We Won the 5-Day Cebu Pacific Backpacking Challenge

5 teams, 4 destinations, 3 main islands, 2 cameras, and one hell of an adventure – that constituted our 5-Day Cebu Pacific Backpacking Challenge. It all begun the morning of my earlier post. I had to finish

Sago Joins Cebu Pacific Backpacking Challenge

It’s 3am and I think I’m not sleeping anymore because I’d be leaving the house in an hour for my 6:35am flight to Cebu. This is the first leg of the Cebu Pacific Backpacking Challenge where Sago

A Look Back as the Summer Season Ends

With the recent downpour of heavy rains in selected areas of the metro, hot afternoons and humid nights seemed to have ended. I believe that the Philippine summer season of March to May has ended. In fact

Visita Iglesia De South Cebu

I recently joined a simulation tour of a Filipino Catholic’s tradition in Cebu specially relevant for the upcoming Holy Week – the ‘Visita Iglesia‘. Spanish for ‘Church Visit‘, the Visita Iglesia involves visiting seven churches during Holy

Experiencing Maribago Bluewater Beach Resort

As promised in an earlier post, Sago‘s summer this year’s started in Cebu. It’s our second time to fly with PAL and it’s the big plane with 3 column sets that seats more than a hundrcozyed people.

Summer 2010 Starts in Cebu

My summer this 2010 officially started in Cebu with a 4-day stay in Mactan and Sumilon islands. Together with friends, we stayed in the fascinating Maribago Bluewater Beach Resort in Maribago, Mactan Island. We left Mactan yesterday

Bicol’s Pinangat Spot

It’s been years since I’ve been to Bicol. I miss my heart-thumping first adventure swim with the ‘Butanding’ whale shark in Donsol and the short tours around Legaspi and Naga. I’m reminiscing our tour around Legaspi’s churches,