Did you know Tops was originally built as a personal helicopter pad for the Osmenas?
There used to be a dome house just downhill from Tops that belonged to John Osmena. It was built of the same construction technique as the Tops shelter, bamboo lathe and cement overlay, a very interesting design.
I was told an earthquake caused too much damage and it was taken down.
Hi Good For you Goyo ! I give you Credit you were able reached that area . Me I was Born and raised in cebu city but i haven’t gone to that place, the views that you have taken was so nice and so with the flowers, or bulak.. LAst Jan 8 to !7 i went P.I. for vacation but i visited South Cotabato and i went to Lake Sebu and it was a very nice place too. i have lots of Pictures taken in there but i dont know how, like what you did. maybe later i have to learn some more about computer…He he he.
By: irenea n chevalier on February 5, 2008 at 9:27 pm
nice houses up in the hill? the trans central highway i usually an apple to the eye of the cebu’s elite and business men alike.. it is here you’ll find nice houses only for them because there is hardly a jeep passing ther to take you to lahug or downtown maybe…. so the place isn’t ideal for common people.
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?