Posted by: goyo | December 13, 2007

Fort San Pedro

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  1. matud nila is a great song.

    that was surely a nice experience for you. =)

  2. I found a Max Surban version of this lovely/sad/romantic song.

    http://www.mediafire.com/?3npndgxudxn

  3. Thanks Goyo for the images. Looks like a beautiful day in Cebu. But I know that bright sunshine also comes with heat and humidity.

    Did you get any tips while singing at the Fort? A crying white guy should be quite a draw. 😉

    “Watchtower” was written by Bob Dylan, but when I think of it, it’s the Jimi Hendryx version that comes to mind.

  4. Leylander, great version. I just saved it to my music. Thanks.

    Hoz, you’re right. It was Jimi Hendrix. Oh well, I like both Hendrix and Clapton. Thanks for letting me know.

  5. nice nice pictures. can you take pictures of the taoist temple?

  6. Predrik, akong higala. Kumusta ka? Yes, I have thought of that but I don’t know if I can make it up the 100 steps anymore. 🙂 LOL!

  7. What a beautiful place! I’m gonna sing with that wonderful man & videotape it.=) Great shots, Goyo.

  8. Ianne, that’s a great idea! I hope you post it on youtube. Then I can sing along with you and him while watching the tape. 🙂

  9. Wow Goyo you can speak cebuano really well! *applaude* my papa who is actually european and has been staying in cebu for 26 years,still cant speak straight cebuano haha. Anyway nice photos.

  10. Mary, I speak gamay ra. A lot of bansay bansay while I’m in Cebu. Problem: when I speak Bisaya sometimes the other person replies pas pas kaayo. Kinahanglan hinay hinay for me. Mga Bisaya who comment dire are helping me. Salamat tanan sa commenters.

    Try this link sa imong tatay.

    http://www.bansa.org/dictionaries/ceb/

    If he can speak English he can use this. It’s very helpful. Just enter the English or Bisayan word you want to know and it shows the translation.

    Ayo ayo Day.

  11. Goyo ur blog is same as Leylands blog. Very attractive and friendly. We feel to visit and visit again. My 1st time in Fort San Pedro was Jan.”04 and this Japanese man kuropit never gave money.
    That time their are 2 cute girls dancing otso-otso.

  12. Kuripot i mean.

  13. Kuripot i mean.

  14. kuripot i mean

  15. So you mean you just went here in Cebu just to take photos and have fun with sightseeing? How cool!

  16. Kris, yes and no. I’m also looking for a home while I’m here. Maybe I will be your silingan someday. 🙂

    Goyo in Wonderland

  17. Hi Goyo,

    http://hoz49.wordpress.com/2008/04/27/fort-san-pedro/

    Check out my recent post on San Pedro. I have a video of Ben the Guitarist and his Granddaughter(?)singing “Skyline Pigeon”.


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