It doesn’t have that signature powdery sand but it sure has the best and unobstructed sunrise and sunset view.
Well-recognized Casa Gorordo Museum puts on a “new, yet more historically faithful look” when it re-opens to visitors in October 2022.
I don’t want to repeat myself, so better yet have something in handy in case another friend asks for a where-to-have-brunch list.
There is little to no information about pet-friendly resorts in Cebu so I decided to write one.
After an intensive post-Typhoon Odette rehabilitation, Loboc is finally back in business, promising a brand new experience with refurbished boats and even more comfortable facilities.
Situated in Ronda, a fishing village on a remote part of Cebu Island, Les Maisons D’Itac is a private and intimate resort where you can experience luxury of relaxation.
Aren’t we all hoping to travel like we used to? I can’t wait for the day when we can freely travel again without having to think of different protocols but also, why not have a uniformed and integrated protocol for all regions? Isn’t that possible? Ah! Wishful thinking!
I hope one day the PH will be part of the green lane countries so we can freely travel again!
Thank goodness Cebu is slowly recovering with its COVID cases going down and vaccines being rolled out. I can calmly look for local destinations to explore. One of the destinations that I can recommend is Bunzie’s Cove in Tabogon, Cebu.
If you’re planning to visit this tropical island paradise to take a break from their life in lockdown or to finally have some vitamin sea after a year of staying at home, this one’s for you…
Finally dropping some travel-related updates. This is for arriving international passengers at Mactan-Cebu International Airport (MCIA), effective February 1, 2021.
The Philippine government had announced the effectivity of the entry restrictions for passengers from countries with reported new variant of SARS-CoV-2 also known as COVID-19.