Have you ever been indifferent towards something but then completely become enthusiastic soon after you tried it? That’s exactly what happened to me on my first ever visit to Thailand, and this is the story of how I fell in love with Bangkok.
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Eventually, our last day in paradise had come. There were so many things I still wanted to do, but it’s time to wrap things up.
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As the New Year arrived I told myself that it was time to get things around. One of the things I committed to myself was to get back into travelling which took a back seat these past few years. But I never expected that I’d be going out of the country this early, and definitely not with a long haul!
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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 to just donate my CCM registration fee and support the locals in my own small way by visiting the areas affected. I fortunately had planned for a four day getaway so I had time to explore both Cebu and Bohol.
The ruins was supposed to be the last agenda on our itinerary and because of our unfortunate delays going to the site, we had no time to spare and rushed to the airport. Travelling throughout the province is quite easy pretty much everywhere, with the exception of the airport! Yes, there are shuttle services to Bacolod-Silay Airport, but they take ages to leave the terminal and time was a luxury we can’t afford.