Favorite attraction in Cebu, Cebu City, Philippines
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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 talking a little bit of here what he does is to let me ride on our car and run off away from home.
This is where this mountain top which is located 5-10mins away from home take into the picture. It's specific location is in Maghaway, Talisay City Cebu. It's peaceful atmosphere, and serenity has given my husband and I the solitude we both need.
One time, we even went here when it's like raining and just got stuck inside the car while watching a show of lightning. I am really scared of lightning but that moment, I wasn't. It was like the most beautiful thing I have ever seen up on the sky.
People who live on the mountain top might not notice the beauty of the whole place but for me and my husband it's a treasure to keep.
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To explore the rich heritage of Cebu you can drive yourself to famous religious landmarks like Sto. Nino Church where the miraculous image patron saint Santo Nino is widely visited by the locals daily as well as the Magellan’s Cross where the first cradle of Christianity was brought to life. You can also head to the record-breaking spots of Cebu: the oldest street Colon that flaunts the downtown lifestyle; Asia’s oldest school University of San Carlos built by Dominican fathers; ancestral residence of Cebu’s first bishop, Casa Gorordo that gives you a reminiscence of wealthy Cebuano lifestyle; and the oldest Spanish garrison Fort San... Read more »
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