Wednesday, December 14, 2011

south cebu

i consider Cebu as my second home yet like most locals to their own province, they have not seen its entirety. of the five years that i stayed in Cebu, i never had the chance to explore its Southern side. it was always the beaches of Mactan and the North that i visit.
the South has some of the nicest old churches and the province's highest peak. here to feature the third mountain to the Eskapo Mountain Series and a glimpse of the side of Cebu that i never knew.

23 comments:

Photo Cache said...

tama ka jan dong, kaya nga this 2010 i planned on seeing as much of california and the bay area as i could (afford).

Pinoy Adventurista said...

Cebu is really huge at ang dami pa talagang dapat mapuntahan... can't wait to read your OsmeƱa peak climb... :)

sheng said...

I truly love Cebu, and I want to go back there!

ardee sean said...

i love cebu.. keep going back there.. :P

Ed said...

di ko pa napopost yung osmena peak natin. daming backlogs na. ayoko naaaaa, hahahahahaha!!!!

The Nomadic Pinoy said...

Talagang markado ang pagka-Cebuano ng mga Osmena, pati pala bundok, may nakapangalan na sa kanila.

anney said...

First time ko makapunta ng Cebu last week. 3 days lang kami. Di nga kami nakapag city tour. Hope to come back and explore more of cebu.

Tara said...

oh, i also worked in cebu for 12 years and there was a time when i took the Abines bus round the south area from east to west, hahah...back by 8pm. just a joy ride! then been to each town for fiestas, that was when i worked for the press & i had access. :D salamat for posting, just nostalgic on my part...

bertN said...

I've only been to Cebu once.....I GOT TO GO BACK THERE!

Edmar Gu-Quibb said...

Uh! Bitin naman ako sa post na ito hehe. Di na talaga ako mapakali upang tignan ang bundok na yan. Waiting... waiting.. haha. Excited tuloy.

The Pinoy Explorer said...

Been only up to Danao, and it was ages ago...IO want to explore cebu more!

Christian | Lakad Pilipinas said...

i've never been to cebu! abangan ko to :)

docgelo said...

as usual, i'll stalk you on this blog series. i'm a poor soul whose memory of cebu was outdated since i was in high school. :(

Sendo said...

dumiretso ka na ng dumaguete hehe...moal boal and sumilon island too hehe

juanderfulpinoy said...

more more more.. hihi

pusang kalye said...

ay--ito yung highest peak I know but I thought yung nakikita mo sa cebu city yun na yun.malayo pa pala sa bandang south.Heard of it nga na ang daming mga old heritage churches south of Cebu.coolness~~

nuts said...

I haven't visited even once yung Cebu. I hope one day, hehe..
Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Raft3r said...

i love cebu
and i'm so looking forward to your cebu series
=)

merry christmas, dong!

beatburn said...

will visit Cebu this summer but just for a day!

tight schedule eh.

thanks for the tips.

it's been a while since i visited (like almost 3 years) this blog.

glad to know it's still active.

merry christmas! :)

BlogusVox said...

Dong, Merry Christmas to you and your love ones!!

Lloyd Lost Boy said...

I've only reached Southern Cebu early this year, and I can't believe what I've been missing on. I want to read about the places you went to! Cheers!:D

sheng said...

Oh Cebu, I wanna go back to Cebu!

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