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Fort San Pedro In Cebu City

Fort San Pedro Monument

On my third day in Cebu City, we finally headed out to  see some of the more famous sites in the city. Our first stop was Fort San Pedro. Fort San Pedro — The First Item On My List of Things To Do In Cebu City Fort San Pedro was first built in 1565, but the…

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SM Mall In Cebu City

Golden Courie in SM Mall in Cebu City

Jessie spent most of Monday at SM Mall in Cebu City. She was  looking for a dress. A member of her family is going to get married in December. She went back and forth on buying a dress or just wearing what she already had. I encouraged her to go buy a dress. She said she’d have…

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Just Back From Cebu City

Filipina in Cebu City

If you noticed that I’ve not been very active in the last few days it was because I was in Cebu City. We left on Sunday afternoon and planned to return on Wednesday. Due to forgetting to take my passport and the battery charger for my camera and Jessie getting carried away shopping we stayed…

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Things To Do In Cebu City

Things To Do In Cebu City

Things To Do In Cebu City and Cebu Province The number of things to do in Cebu City are limitless. There are some key points of interest though and I’ll cover some of them in this article. When talking about Cebu, many people are referring to Cebu City. When I say Cebu, I mean Cebu…

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Visiting Carpenter’s Beach In Cebu

Seaside In Cebu

Private Beach In Cebu Today I had the pleasure of visiting a privately owned beach in Northern Cebu. Technically, I should say that all beaches in the Philippines are public. At least that is my understanding.  People are free to access the beach but you may have to approach it by sea to get to it….

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