One of the most famous lechon brands of Cebu, Zubuchon, has finally arrived in Metro Manila with its first branch located in San Antonio, Makati City. But is it worth the hype, or just a fad?
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The low pressure area prevailing over the Visayas and Mindanao region had made the seas more wavy than the usual making our trip from Tagbilaran to Cebu much, much longer. The rains had not stopped either, but our spirits weren’t dampen.
Tags: Abuhan Tres, Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño, Basilica of Sto. Niño, Cebu, Cebu City, Cha Time, CnT, Colon, Dessert Factory, Food, Humba, IT Park, Lechon, Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Magellan's Cross, Miscellaneous, PistaShew, Sinulog, Sto. Niño, Strawberry Dream, Sundae, Travel, Tsim Sha Tsui
Cebu City was the real destination for this trip so early in the year, and as a runner Cebu City Marathon was naturally the expected reason, but this time it is not. The real reason behind this trip: to go to Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño to give thanks for all the blessings.
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Running had become the “it” sport in urban centers in the Philippines these past few years with races achieving “world-class” levels, and if I were to pick three amongst the best in the country, the list would look something like this:
See how much we love running here in the Philippines? 🙂
Globe Run for Home is my second race in Cebu this year and my first non-marathon distance. It was just a bit over two months ago since I last ran here and I was surprised at how big Cebu races could be! This race is the most attended one I’ve seen so far in the province, and here are my accounts.
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I had some “unsettled business” with my previous visit to Cebu just this January and never did I thought that a bit more than two months later, I’d be back to settle the score. For this second Cebu visit for the year there were still some new things I got to try. Let’s start the chronicle.
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For my last day in Cebu City, there’s not much to do but roam around and eat! For this day I got to try some new restaurants, gone to a place that’s long due in my must-see list, and revisit an old favorite.