Korean population in Cebu, and in the Philippines in general, is becoming larger and larger. They came here for our affordable yet high quality English education.
But some are not just plainly English students, some are businessmen as well. Korean started the concept of a cafe with double deck amenities. You can see the commonalities among Korean owned and managed cafes such as cafe noriter, coffee prince, and cafe talk library. Soda Cafe will not take its backseat among its contemporaries.
Soda cafe is located inside Rain Tree Mall along Mango Avenue. It is few meters away from Greenwich Pizza. Continue Reading
Mango Avenue is one of the liveliest places in Cebu City. It is known for its hideous traffic jam due to traffic lights ever single corner until you reach Gorordo Avenue. Not only that it is also the night life capital of the city where the tourists and young professionals converge every night to have some good booze and party. Not to mention the strips of clubs and bars intended for adult audiences adjacent to INC Church.
Aside from the bustling traffic, Mango Avenue remains to be a good spot for travelers due to its proximity to the Fuente Osmena Circle – the heart of Cebu City. Continue Reading
This is one of the best churches I’ve ever since here in Cebu. I do apologize because my memory doesn’t serve me right that I can’t really recall the exact town where this church is located. If anyone of you know the town down south please let me know.
I took these photos while on our way to Sumilon Island. Due to nature’s call we dropped by a gasoline station to pee and refuel our service. It was the owner of the gasoline station who suggested to visit the abandoned church.
I can see that indeed this magnificent infrastructure was a bit for quite sometime. But today, it’s undergoing a total face lift.
After a long time of dreaming to explore Sumilon Island, at long last it’s a dream come true. Tomorrow will be the day of its fulfillment. I would like to thank Karla Paner and her team in letting me join her team for this trip.
Malapascua Island is blessed with pristine waters and nice, fine , white sand shoreline. Though I’ve seen countless numbers of tourists visiting the magnificent island, yet I haven’t seen any security guards moving around to check and make sure that the place is risk-free. However, dogs are everywhere. Dogs seemed so friendly and accommodating. They will walk along with you. These dogs are so lovely to look at, though I am not a pet lover really.