Whenever there are seat sales or anything, the first place that pops in my mind is Cebu. There are many factors on why I keep on going back to Cebu and it’s becoming an addiction. Like what I mentioned in my previous post, my trip to Cebu last weekend is my 7th in one year.
Micamyx @ Be Resorts - Relaxed and Happy 🙂
So how did my solo trip to Cebu go? (Yes, solo flight again!). I took the earliest Cebu Pacific flight to Cebu last Friday and went straight to Crowne Garden Hotel to sleep. I woke up at around 1PM and went immediately to Ayala Mall Cebu to meet up with Tito Gerry. We went to Casa Verde for my late lunch (it’s his first time there LOL) and we were able to bond and talk about my great grandfather, who is a renowned doctor of leprosy here in the Philippines. Want to know who he is? Clue: Tala Leprosarium. We rarely had the chance to bond in the past family reunions. I’m happy that we were able to share stories and learn from each other. I originally planned to meet up with two more relatives of mine, but errr… they’re too busy. Maybe next time ^_^
Where did I spend my much-deserved weekend laag last week?The answer is Cebu City! Who would have thought that I went to Sugbu thrice last year?
I originally planned to attend the Sinulog Festival 2010, but I booked on the wrong weekend 😐 As usual, my weekend trip to Cebu is full of food, adventure and fun!
More Reasons to Love Cebu! 😀
I am still organizing my thoughts as I type this summary post about my Cebu Trip together with Bong and Winston. Here’s a little preview on what to expect in this blog, in Senyorita and in Patay Gutom:
Spontaneous – > The perfect adjective to describe my third day in Cebu City with the Kemboteras.
We originally planned of going to Carcar and Talisay that Sunday. â€˜Boholâ€™ also popped out in one of our conversations. With no final decision on how we should spend the next day, we ended up saying â€˜Bahala naâ€™ before going to sleep.
As expected, the four of us woke up late =P Thanks to Sinjin for waking us up at our hotel room. We ate our late breakfast while taking turns in using the bathroom. We canceled our out of town plans and decided to just eat lunch at the famous Abuhan Dos, where the famous Pochero is found.
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