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2014 is turning out to be the year of the Cebuana beauty queens!
First, Kris Tiffany Janson, Miss Cebu 2009, brought home the Bb. Pilipinas Intercontinental 2014. Soon afterwards, Jamie Herrell was crowned Miss Philippines Earth 2014.
Last August 8, 2014, another Cebuana joined the list of national pageant title holders. Eva Psychee Patalinjug, 25 years old from Lapu-Lapu city, won the prestigious Mutya ng Pilipinas – Asia Pacific International 2014 crown.
Obviously, we’re big fans of Cebu. You could even criticize us for not saying anything bad about our favorite place to live. We aren’t blind. Cebu has its fair share of little and not so little problems. In fact, here are 99 of them:
They say there’s a piece of heaven inside every cupcake. People with a sweet tooth agree! Take it from me, if you are having a long day at work or stressed from school work, cupcake spots are here to cheer you up!
Luckily, Cebu has its fair share of cupcake spots.
Although we have a number of fast food chains that serve chicken meals (#chickensad), it’s always nice to go to a place where you feel like mom cooked for you. That’s exactly what I felt in Gibbs’ Hot Wings.
Travelers to Cebu don’t come just for the sightseeing. There are other reasons to pack their bags and cross the seas. One of them happens to be danggit (dried fish).
I personally didn’t know much about them or their culture. It’s about time I learned a little bit more about Korea. With that in mind, we took a four day trip to Seoul, South Korea.
I was not emotional when we visited the Haiyan survivors seven months after the disaster. Don’t get me wrong, I usually wear my heart on my sleeve. But when we went back to Tacloban, it wasn’t how I imagine it.