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Favorite attraction in Cebu - May 31, 2009, by ultimatetravel
Being newly weds has it's own ups and downs. All the loving, little arguments here and there made my marriage with my husband strong. One thing that I really admire about my husband is his ability to think outside the box. Instead of... Read more »
The best place in Cebu City - May 31, 2009, by ultimatetravel
Place Mountain top (which is the name that my husband gave to this place) is a quite place perfect for those who want peace and quite without the noise of the busy streets of the city, fresh air and a vast view of green trees, mountains, a... Read more »
The best beach in Cebu - May 31, 2009, by ultimatetravel
I was really dying for swimming in a blue, crystal clear water and white sand beach. I never had a chance to experience it where we currently live. The beaches here at our home have brown sand, and the water is not clean at all, it's a... Read more »
Visiting Kawasan Falls - May 30, 2009, by ultimatetravel
I have been to Kawasan Falls during high school, we went for a field trip tour around South of Cebu. We stopped over Badian and visited Kawasan Falls. All I can remember was walking a very long trail and see the beautiful falls and that's... Read more »
Rafting on Kawasan Falls - May 30, 2009, by ultimatetravel
A relative of my friend (her cousin) if my memory serves right, offered us to ride on a raft. He said it's fun and etc. We saw people riding on the raft and it looked fun. But there is a fee. We talked about it with my husband and sure... Read more »
Experiences at Kawasan Falls - May 30, 2009, by ultimatetravel
Place For those who loved adventure and fun, this is the place to be. I highly recommend Kawasan Falls for nature lover out there. There will be a very long hiking from the main road towards the falls itself. A good exercise that is. When... Read more »
Don't miss it while in Cebu City - May 30, 2009, by ultimatetravel
This is a place that my bestfriend who lives near our house usually go through like around 6am and do some hiking. It gave us time to talk, bond with each other and had some sort of inner peace within each other. I introduced this place to... Read more »
My tour in Yap-Sandiego, Cebu - May 16, 2009, by ultimatetravel
My students and I waited for a few minutes for the tour guide whose name is Mr. Val San Diego, the owner of the house himself. While waiting for him, the guy who was sort of a caretaker (a relative perhaps) there told us to sign up the... Read more »
Yap-Sandiego, the treasure of Cebu - May 16, 2009, by ultimatetravel
The Yap-San Diego Ancestral Home is referred to as "bahay na bato" which means a house made out of stone. Yes, the house was made out of stone but not just ordinary stone but "coral stones" and they used egg white to let... Read more »
Why to visit Yap-San Diego Ancestral Home - May 16, 2009, by ultimatetravel
This is the story of how my students, me and my hubby have gone to visit the house. I went to the different museums the day before our field trip. I tried to know the route and be familiar in going to the different museums for my hubby... Read more »
Memories about Fort San Pedro - May 16, 2009, by ultimatetravel
First Visit: I remember when I was a kid, my parents decided to go to Fort San Pedro and have a visit there. So they tagged me along, that was the first time I saw my parents so sweet, like a date or something. I never expected that I... Read more »
Quick facts about Fort San Pedro - May 16, 2009, by ultimatetravel
Real Name (in Spanish): Fuerza de San Pedro Total Area: 2,025 square meters Materials used in construction: stones and mortar Year of Construction: 1565 Built by: Spaniards Purpose: To stop the sieges of the natives as well as the Muslim... Read more »
Things to know about Fort San Pedro - May 16, 2009, by ultimatetravel
Here are few things about Fort San Pedro (the Past and the Present): 1. Fort San Pedro is considered as the oldest and smallest fort in the country. 2. It took around 200 years for the existence of the Fort San Pedro to be known. It was... Read more »
All you have to know about Fort San Pedro, Cebu - May 16, 2009, by ultimatetravel
This is my personal review about Fort San Pedro. Place: It was clean, well-maintained and the place was full of green. The place was preserved very well and till now after all the flood, typhoon, strong winds and other disasters that... Read more »
A 'must see' in Cebu - May 16, 2009, by ultimatetravel
This is a review of Yap-San Diego Ancestral Home. Place: It was situated in a very odd area, a street with full of concrete buildings and houses. The house is near to a busy street where jeepneys, cars, and taxis always pass through. House:... Read more »
Centuries old house in Cebu - May 15, 2009, by ultimatetravel
My students in HRM and Tourism Management, my hubby and I went out to a Field Trip and visited one of the oldest houses in Parian (a place where the richest people in Cebu lived) as what I have remembered what my history teacher discussed... Read more »
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Recommended Cebu City Guide
History-wise Cebu has a significant history that amuses every curious visitor. He, who asks about how the city has become the first Spanish colony and remained so for 333 years, will get his answer by journeying down memory lane. Cebu has an interesting metamorphosis from being a quiet fishing community to becoming a busy trading port in 1521. It’s interesting how it was called by merchants various names like Sugbu, Zebu, Zubu and Sebu. After Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan discovered the city and later planted a wooden cross, the townsmen started embracing the religion of Christianity. Magellan was commanded by Spain to explore... Read more »
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