Children’s books aren’t exclusively for children. Sure, there’s the whimsical cover, a silly tale here and there, but at their core, these books that we read as kids are for adults too. The proof is when you revisit an old book that you read as a child. My guess is many of these books will have taken a different meaning for you as an adult.
With restaurants sprouting all over town, date night has never been easier or more varied in Cebu. The only thing you’d have to worry about is where to go.
Cebu is full of creatives who are so good at what they do— from music, painting, photography, dance— and we’re honoured to highlight some of them here.
I’ve always believed that horror novels and thrillers are more of an acquired taste in literature. I mean, why would you go out of your way to scare yourself right? But it’s October and we love a good spook. Here are 6 books that compel you to read them, even if they keep you up at night and give you goose bumps.
Cebuanos love great food and the best food spots can’t be found around malls or other crowded establishments. They are in residential homes or are tucked away in non-descript buildings in the backstreets, hidden in plain sight.
Being “creative” can be a blessing and a curse, especially in the Philippines. Artists have to struggle twice as hard to succeed and be recognized.
Most have to balance their passion with putting food on the table and paying bills.
Mactan is a funny mix of hole in the walls and five star restaurants. One minute you are in a fancy resort ordering the juiciest pecking duck, the next you are elbow to elbow on a bench ripping on the best lumpia ever. The secret restaurants around Mactan reflect just that.