Early Visita Iglesia 2010 in Sugbu

Just like what I revealed on my Quick Update on Maribago Beach Resort and Sumilon Island Trip post, we had the chance to have our very early Visita Iglesia on our way to Sumilon Island last March 13.

Crucify me with more blessings

Crucify me with more blessings

It is my first time ever to complete the seven churches and I feel so lucky and blessed because I was able to explore some of Cebu’s most beautiful churches in a very solemn manner. Add the fact that Ka Bino Guerrero, our very intelligent and funny tour guide entertained us with information and funny jokes πŸ˜›

Now let me share to you some of the photos I took during our Early Visita Iglesia in Cebu :

Church of San Isidro Labrador (San Fernando, Cebu)

Church of San Isidro Labrador (San Fernando, Cebu)

The Church of Sta. Catalina de Alejandria (Carcar, Cebu)

Church of Sta. Catalina de Alejandria (Carcar, Cebu)

Nuestra de Senora del Pilar de Zaragoza (Sibonga, Cebu)

Nuestra de Senora del Pilar de Zaragoza (Sibonga, Cebu)

Church of San Miguel Arcangel (Argao, Cebu)

Church of San Miguel Arcangel (Argao, Cebu)

Church of San Guillermo Ermitanio (Dalaguete, Cebu)

Church of San Guillermo Ermitanio (Dalaguete, Cebu)

Nuestra Senora del Patricinio  (Boljoon, Cebu)

Nuestra Senora del Patricinio (Boljoon, Cebu)

Nuestra Senora dela Immaculada Concepcion (Oslob, Cebu)

Nuestra Senora dela Immaculada Concepcion (Oslob, Cebu)

I took a lot of photos from every church we’ve been to. The ceiling, the interior design and the very solemn feel of every stop made me really appreciate my first Visita Iglesia. I am thinking of making separate blog posts for every church on my other blog. At the same time, I will also share our Chicharon adventure at Carcar and our first taste of Argao’s Torta.

Special thanks to the staff and crew of Maribago Beach Resort and Sumilon Beach Resort for our early Visita Iglesia tour and of course,  Ka Bino Guerrero for the lovely and inspiring stories you shared while on the road πŸ™‚ Hopefully, we sort of inspired you to blog again! πŸ™‚

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5 thoughts on “Early Visita Iglesia 2010 in Sugbu

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  2. Bryan Karl

    I’ve never visited those churches one by one. Good for you! Our Visita Iglesia only composed of 9 churches in the metro. πŸ™‚

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  3. Micamyx Post author

    @Bryan Karl – I am indeed lucky πŸ™‚

    @Kristine – Thanks Kristine! πŸ™‚ I used the Pinhole feature of LX3 πŸ™‚

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