Cebu City

One of the few targets when we went to Cebu are to visit the beautiful churches of course, and the actual plan is to visit at least seven and then make a wish, but unfortunately since the weather was really bad when we went there we only visited two…

Basilica del Santo Niño



Magellan’s Cross
Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod


And of course why would we miss the Chinese temple right? though there are some parts there that we were not allowed to take pics which is odd for me, like it’s a tourist place right? well of course it should be a place thats’s somewhat sacred  but taking pictures? It’s not as if we were shouting and making noise and stuff like that.


Taoist Temple



Some of the pics are lost, dont know where they went though. These are just some that survived, it was a quick visit, also my first time there, planning to go to Bantayan island next time, it just makes me sad why this trip was so rainy, well maybe since there were really no plans to go to the beach the heavens maybe decided that it might as well rain then, more reasons not to fret since the weather was so bad hehehe.

Oh and yes there were no pics of me that I recovered except of this, taken outside the Calungsod Church. One of the most beautiful church that I have seen in my life.20160127_101947


So that’s all for this travel blogpost, k bye! :p

Cebu City

Diving In Malapascua Island, Philippines

I will surely add this to my “Places I Must Go Before I die” list! Wouldn’t you agree?



They say if you want to go to a world class diving and beach location, go to Philippines.

It was with these hearsay that we decided to head to Malapascua Island, off the northern tip of Cebu Island, for our advanced open water course.


To get to Malapascua Island, my diving buddy and I flew to Cebu and took a 3 hours taxi ride to Maya. At Maya jetty, we took a private boat to Malapascua Island. The boat landed us exactly in front of our diving center, Evolution. Dive centers and resorts lined up the beaches of Malapascua Island. The water was clear blue, the beach was clean and parallel to the beach were rows of coconut trees with hammocks strung across one another. It was exactly how I imagined Malapascua Island to be.

ImageMaya Jetty – have to plank-walk to get onto the boat

ImageBeach of Malapascua Island

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Diving In Malapascua Island, Philippines