Ericke did it again. She goes with the cousins to Cebu to have a swell time. While frolicking on the sands of Bantayan Island, a photography crew tries to talk her into modeling for one of the new resorts. I think it’s for Anika’s promo materials. She looks typically Asian, she’s a real tourist, and she’d be shot with tall Swiss girls, “not sleazy” as she says, so there, she’s an accidental model in Cebu. BTW, she says that the hotel is green as in eco-friendly, sustainable:)) They gifted her with a free overnight stay certificate.
I don’t remember how many times I’ve been to the southern city. What can’t escape me is — we chose Cebu as our destination when the hubby and I eloped for the third and last time before my extrastrict mother finally gave her blessings. (Hello, mom!)
There’s so much history at the chapel (in downtown Cebu) housing the Magellan’s Cross. 1521, Ferdinand Magellan discovered the Philippines.
My favorite eating place in Cebu! I think I’ve blogged about AA BBQ in a very old post. The first time my friend brought us to the barbecue-han, we loved it so much, especially with puso (steamed rice wrapped in leaves) and tomato and sili in soy and suka island sawsawan (dip that’s even better than sinamak), that we had to go back the next day via a rented car:)
What we didn’t have was the baked scallops that she was raving about. Jeez, they look mouthwatering!
I’m absolutely missing out on Cebu’s gastronomic treasures! And, of course, Bantayan Island, which I have yet to explore.
Bantayan Island and AA BBQ photos by Samantha Co, and Cebu and Zubuchon photos by Surprisingly Kitsch. Bottom photo by Blauearth.
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