After going around Cebu City on foot the previous day, we were just tired that we woke up practically just to checkout of our hotel. And on our last day in Cebu City, we weren’t done walking around and eating! Here’s our last day in Cebu City. It was a Tuesday.
Every year for the past four years I’ve been constantly going to Cebu to start my year with Cebu City Marathon (CCM). This year was no different, except that the places I love had changed due to the strong earthquake that rocked the region last year. With that, my itinerary had also changed: I decided…
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.
Cebu was one of the destinations I’ve always wanted to visit for the longest time mostly because of my fascination with Philippine history. Unexpectedly, that wish came true! But there’s a catch—the trip was merely for only a day and a half! And here’s how this “surprise” trip came about.