Finally! Razon’s has come to Cebu! What better way to boost up our vigor than to eat great meals that originate from our beloved country?
A Pound… A Dog Pound?! Cebu City has a dog pound? The answer to that my dear friend is yes. But it would be best if you forget the picturesque scenes of dog pounds that we see in movies.
Cebu is a haven for tourists. They shuffle in and out looking for places to go, to eat, to be & most importantly, to stay. Here’s a list of Cebu’s top hotels.
We see pungko-pungko vendors everywhere in Cebu and yet we know so little about them. I decided to have a conversation with a 42 year old local pungko-pungko vendor.
“Yugo” is a Chinese word that means Fusion, implying the joining of three culinary wonders: Japanese, Chinese and Korean. Ya yes to Yugo Yakiniku.
We like to envision our temples with diamond filled roads, monster-infested swamps and fire ignited arches (Temple Run?). Not the Taoist Temple.
Where else can you enjoy a cup of coffee with a great mountain view of Cebu? Dolce. That’s it.
Many people say that Les Miserables is likened to Jose Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere due to the theme of familial love and social reform.