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San Guillermo de Aquitania Parish Church of Dalaguete

Ever wondered where to go next after descending from the famous Osmena Peak in Barangay Mantalongon? San Guillermo de Aquitania Parish Church can be one of your options. It is one of the well-preserved Baroque-Rococo structures in the province of Cebu. It suffered minor damages during the 2013 earthquake, which greatly affected the island of Bohol, but the San Guillermo de Aquitania Parish Church continue to look strong. Established as visita ng Carcar in the year 1960, San Guillermo de Aquitania Church became […]

Cambuhawe Spring Swimming Pool in Balamban

Recognized as one of the tourist attractions in the Municipality of Balamban, the Cambuhawe Spring Swimming Pool is no longer the same Spring Pool that it used to be. Aside from opening only on Saturdays and Sundays, the Swimming Pool is no longer maintained very well, especially during weekdays – at least, by the time we went there. Situated just a couple of kilometers from Gaisano Balamban, which is at the foot of the Transcentral Highway, Cambuhawe Spring Swimming Pool is one of […]

View of some tall buildings in Metro Cebu

Along Archbishop Reyes Avenue and N. Escario St. are just a few of the tallest buildings in Metro Cebu today. Aside from the hotels in this place, there are also on-going constructions of high-end Condominiums in the area. In the picture below is a view of the tall Parklane Hotel, Mandarin Hotel and Quest Hotel, which are just a few meters from Ayala Center Cebu inside Cebu Business Park. There are more tall buildings in the business districts and some are located in […]

Climbing the Osmeña Peak in Mantalongon, Dalaguete

Considered by many as one of Cebu’s most visited tourist attractions, the Osmeña Peak will surely make you appreciate the beauty of nature even more. Climbing the Osmeña Peak should be part of your bucket list as this is the highest point in Cebu. At 1,076.2 MASL (Meters Above Sea Level), this highest point in the island gives a spectacular view of the nearby Bohol and Negros Islands. Mantalongon is one of the 33 Barangays in the Town of Dalaguete, Province of Cebu. […]

Blue Lagoon Inn & Suites

Situated just a kilometer (or a 2-minute ride) from the Puerto Princesa International Airport, the Blue Lagoon Inn & Suites is one of the most affordable and laid-back accommodation if you want to visit Palawan for the first time. Both local and international tourists who want to have a City Tour and see the highlights of Puerto Princesa visit it. Blue Lagoon Inn and Suites is a child-friendly Hotel that offers sumptuous food, a relatively small but clean swimming pool surrounded by the […]

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