Salamat sa tips on real Bisayan. I am just bansay-bansay you know. Perhaps if I really live here I can speak fluently. I’ll just tell everyone that I am mestizo! Katawa lang. haha.
Maayong gabii Myrna. Yes, we stopped by Makro yesterday and I had been wanting some kodak of local utan and prutas anyway. Two more visits to Makro and we qualify for permanent card which we will give to akong bilas when we balik balik sa US.
Leyland sent me here. Nice blog. The photos of the fruits, veggies, and fish are making me miss my mother’s cooking in Cebu. By the way, it says your profile photo was taken in Baker Beach. I think it has an au naturel section. Not sure they have those in Cebu.
Leylander sent me here also. Looks like your trip is off to a good start. My wife and I are coming to Cebu in February, 2008 so your blog will give us a good “preview”. Thanks for the pictures and keep up the good work!
Hoz, thank you for stopping by. And thanks again to Leylander for the mga referrals. I have been following his blog for a long time dreaming of when I can come to Cebu. Seeing his blog was the inspiration for me to start one about my vacation. I hope all of you like it.
This blog started with my most recent trip to the Philippines, specifically the islands of Cebu and Negros. I will share with you the splendors and wonders of Republika ng Piliapinas (RP) as well as the love for and from her many peoples. I hope you will enjoy my adventures and misadventures as well as the fotos that I upload here. Perhaps you will also be motivated to visit and enjoy the 7,107 islands that are the RP.
By the way, that foto at the top of the page is of a beach in Santa Fe, Bantayan on the island of Cebu. Beautiful, is it not?