My article originally posted here in the site was featured in the website of Officially Philippines! It was humbling that an article from a budding writer like me would be included in the website, so, read the polished version of the article in the link! 🙂
Throughout my three years of stay here in Cebu, and my frequent visit at Pier 1, I have never really tried going or getting inside the adjacent plaza, Fort San Pedro. For one, in the previous years, it has been under renovation and was just opened recently, like last year, and for two, I’m too tired to go since I’m still not familiar with the routes of the jeep, which one to to take me there, and which one I should take to get back home.
So yesterday, after going to MV Logos Hope I asked Abby that we would tour around Fort San Pedro to see what really is inside those thick walls.
Before getting inside the fort, I made it a point to take picture in the Malacañang sa Sugbu. Continue reading “Day tour at Fort San Pedro”
After they have decommissioned its predecessor MV Doulos, the German Charitable Organization, GBA Ship e.V, had replaced it with a much bigger ship making it the largest floating bookstore in the world. The MV Logos Hope.
In line with their thrust to bring knowledge, help and hope to the people, the MV Logos Hope ship has been sailing from port to port not only to sell books but open awareness of people as well in some things such as their HIV campaign. Continue reading “MV Logos Hope experience”
When I was on my way to Cadiz City last week, I couldn’t help but notice the amusement park near the Cebu Doctors’ University in Mandaue. Prior to that, I’ve seen pictures posted in Facebook of friends and some acquaintances who had tried the rides there in the carnival, and so I made it a point that when I get back to Cebu, I would try to invite my friends that we’d try the carnival, but I forgot about it. Continue reading “Cebu carnival experience”
(December 29, 2011)
For how many months now have I been hearing fuss about a newly developed resort in one municipality of the outskirts of Zamboanga del Sur. I’ve seen it couple times in Facebook and read updates in Twitter but never have I set foot in that said place. Alindahaw Lakeview Resort has been fascinating and catching everyone’s attention due to its increasing popularity not only with the locals but tourists alike, but since I am studying in Cebu as of the moment, and seldom do I go back to Pagadian (only if vacations), I was really not able to go there, not until last December 29, 2011.
Continue reading “In the mood for Lakewood”