Oh no! I miss ayala mall so much. Me and my buddies used to go to ayala to watch movies then go to the foodcourt then go shopping. But by the way, i think the Great Lakes Crossings mall here in MI so far is the biggest compared to Ayala. But i like ayala the best because dili libog. Maglabad akong ulo diri sa great lakes mall.
Thanks, Goyo! Check the place out! Now we know where to get our fast food in Cebu.
Ayala felt more like Somerset Mall in Troy, the last time I visited. My neighborhood malls here in Michigan are Twelve Oaks in Novi and Laurel Park in Livonia – not my favorite places to hang out. I don’t like to shop.
One of my sisters is leaving this weekend to attend a “Rock n Roll and Surfing Competition” in La Union. She was in Cebu last year – Tatay and Nanay spent a couple of months in Catmon.
Unfortunately, my sister is by-passing Cebu this time and going to spend time in Iloilo and Capiz.
They bought their retirement home in Iloilo and sort of commute 3x/year between Phoenix, San Francisco and Iloilo.
It just seem like there is so much to see in the Philippines!
I like Ayala Shopping Mall too. Me, I was stranded outside Robinson’s because I thought they would open by 9 a.m..=) I was at the Dollar Exchanger, to my horror they won’t accept taped dollar bill or crumpled dollar bill, they said it won’t sell. I learned a lesson there.=)
hi goyo, can i use one of your pictures of the entrance of ayala center cebu for my blog as reference to the mall? we opened a shoe store but i haven’t had time to visit and take pictures. please visit my blog site.
thank you very much.
Thanks for uploading these photos. I haven’t returned to Cebu since I moved to the U.S. in 1993. My family and relatives brag about all the positive development/changes. When I left, Cebu only had Gaisano. Now, there are mega malls everywhere. I definitely have to go back for a much needed vacation.
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?