Posted by: goyo | January 21, 2008

Being A Tourist

Travels With Goyo

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  1. Sorry you had to come back to the US before the “Sinulog” – your posts have certainly tickled my family’s imagination and interest.

    Thank you very much for the generous sharing.

    Take care and May the Blessings and Protection of the Divine Child (Senor Santo Nino) be with you always.

    Stay in touch.

  2. Pit Señor Sir Goyo! =)

  3. Finally, I can say that I’ve been to these places! LOL. I’m enjoying my suroy suroy here. I even met Gov. Gwen Garcia during the sinulog parade, then again in Abellana Sports Center. We posed for a picture. But, the blind man wasn’t there when I went to Fort San Pedro. Sayang, kanta na unta ming duha. Once again, nicely taken pictures.

  4. Pit Senor Goyo! Nice pics as always.

    Magellans Cross reminds me of the old joke about George Washingtons axe.

    “This is the axe George Washington used to chop down the cherry tree. The handle has been replaced twice and the head once.”

  5. I envy you for being able to travel to such an interesting place…

  6. Hello Goyo! Wow, you really had a good trip and experience in the Philippines🙂 Do you plan on coming back there?

  7. Mary, yes I plan on going back. Actually I’m planning on living there full time, hopefully in about three years. 🙂

  8. you are always welcome to come back to Cebu and if I read it right, you are looking somewhere in Talisay which will make us future neighbors then….🙂

  9. OFW, silingan! Come by when I get there and we’ll inum SMB and have sumsuman. Talisay seems to be nice and with the new road it’s convenient to go to the city for shopping. I’d also like to live up in the bukid and overlook the dagat. But, you never know. When I first retire there I plan on renting for about a year so I can learn more about all the areas before I build. But I do like Talisay.

  10. That’s what they say, Talisay is a combination of both, within a radius of 4 kilometers, you can either have the wanders of the beaches or the serenity of the uplands, no wonder why the Aboitizes put up Kishanta situated in Lagtang Talisay overlooking the both cities of Cebu and Talisay. . . . cheers….

  11. Jan. 21 are you still in Cebu Goyo? i wish i meet you and your pinalangga na asawa.

  12. Day, Myrna. My next post will answer your question. I’ve been really busy lately but I hope to have it up tomorrow, Domingo, February 10, 2008.

  13. I’m a cebuano working in Manila, I really love the pics you took of my hometown. It made me remember how beautifull Cebu is.


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