and that’s what makes Cebu peculiar as well since they will put some designs to their passenger jeepneys/multicabs to make it more appealing to the riding public. . . and since you mention about cool rides, have you noticed that tricycles vary in forms and sizes in Cebu depending on which part are you, e.g. Lapu Lapu and Mandaue Cities have tricycles different from those you see in Labangon down to Talisay and Minglanilla . . .. cheers…. 🙂
Are you back in Cebu again Goyo? Im jealouse. For my 5weeks holiday its too short. I wish to win the lotto to stay in P.I. forever.
About the rides, i had to pakyaw the tricycle to Danao as my hubby feel comfy inside.
He loves the ride.
you are right ianne danao jeepneys run so fast its seems they are king of the road in the nothernpart of cebu whew but when im in college i love riding it so that i cant be late at school, sometimes riding danao jeepneys was cool… did you try it goyo? anyway’s thanks for the post nice pic cool!
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?