Living In The Philippines Manual

Start A New Fantastic Life In The Philippines
Reduce The Time It Takes To Move
Find The Girl Of Your Dreams Safely
Comprehensive 250+ Page Expat Manual
There's much More

 Learn More
Sereinty in Cebu Philippines at Sunset
Cebu Farmer Walking a Caraboo at Sunset

 Moving To The Philippines

Learn What You Need To Know To Move To The Philippines

Archive for 'Living in Cebu'

Brownouts In Cebu — Are They Back?

Cebu Beach Resort

We went almost a year without any long or recurring brownouts in northern Cebu Province.  That appears to have come to an end. I didn’t get too worried when we had an all day brownout last month but then we had another one this Sunday. When there is a power failure in the Philippines, the…

Read the rest of this Article

Sinulog Time For Cebu

Sinulog Dancer

Sinulog in Cebu draws huge crowds and prestige for Cebu each year. This year the big week for Sinulog starts today. What is Sinulog? Its the biggest part in all of the Philippines and one of the biggest in the world. It is a festival. Filipinos love festivals. There are festivals for neighborhoods, barangay also…

Read the rest of this Article

Combat Driving In The Philippines

Driving in The Philippines

One of the first things that got my attention after I arrived here was the driving in the Philippines. I call it “Combat Driving.” It doesn’t seem so odd to me now but it really did when I first arrived. Jessie hired a van to pick me up from the airport. So the driver and…

Read the rest of this Article

Basilica del Santo Nino In Cebu City

Basilica del Santo Nino in Cebu City

Last Thursday I visited three more locations in Cebu City, the first of which was the Basilica del Santo Nino Parish Church. Magellan’s Cross is next to Basilica del Santo Nino so I made a short visit there too. Jessie pointed out the steeple of another nearby church and of course I wanted to go…

Read the rest of this Article

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….

Read the rest of this Article

 Page 1 of 18  1  2  3  4  5 » ...  Last » 

Philippines Experience: Basic Expat Training Manual

The owner of this website, Rusty Ferguson, is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking Cebu Experience to Amazon properties including, but not limited to,,,,, or