Our 3-day adventure didn't stop in Bohol.
Because Cebu City is an hour away
by ferry we grabbed the opportunity
to sail our way to the "Queen City of the South"
after beach bumming in Panglao.
We're in a hurry so we motorbiked
Tsada! We're inside the cute bus
going to Tagbilaran City then rode
a van going to the sea port.
Here we are! ☻
"Dayon Bai!" meaning "Welcome friend!"
The dialect in most places in Visayas and Mindanao
I grew up in Mindanao so it's
so easy for me to converse with the
locals in my mother tongue while
Robby's nose was bleeding listening to us
because he couldn't understand! LOL!
Well, I've been to Cebu multiple times when I
was young joining Youth Congress
which was annually held in this place.
We arrived around 2pm.
And our first stop was the Taoist Temple
in Beverly Hills.
Yes, it's located in one of the posh
subdivisions of the metro.
The first time I went to this lovely place
was when I was 14y/o.
I was too excited to go to the top of the temple
which cramped my legs climbing its 81 steps.
I already learned my lesson.
(the hard way! hahaha!)
When we reached the biggest temple
the security guard told us that using
tripods were not allowed so we had
to alternately take our photos. *bummer!*
Their replica of
"The Great Wall of China".
The Temple was built last 1972 by
Cebu's Chinese community and it's still
beautifully well-maintained after 40years.
The dragons are so irresistible! ☻
We made sure we didn't leave
Cebu without tasting one of its
delicacies -> Lechon Baboy (Roasted pig).
Man, look at our tummies.
We devoured 2 kls. of it just in one-sitting! ☻
Shirt: Eastwood Bazaar
Skull Leggings: Thrifted
Studded Converse Sneakers: Thrifted
Skull Scarf: Gifted
~~~> wReY ^_*