Thursday, December 07, 2006

Mizamiz University

M.U. as in Mutual Understanding?

Nahhh!!!! Misamiz University!!!!

Check Them Out!!!!

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Friday, September 22, 2006


Monday, September 11, 2006

Fine Arts - Siliman U

Tuesday, August 29, 2006


Have You Hugged An Economist?

Monday, August 21, 2006


No! It's Not The Color Of the Day but it's the name of my new young friend, Red, a shy seven year old boy whom I got the chance to show around the City of Cebu.

At first he didn’t seem to be interested with the history saying, ''I'm still young to know that'',.. How Lapu-lapu repulsed the first foreign aggression headed by Ferdinand Magellan. But, as our tour progressed,
he transformed into something like a News Reporter blasting and bombarding me with questions here and there.. Eager to Wander what this oldest City has to offer. Left him wondering, how it feels like to be the first Filipino Hero...

at Fort San Pedro

sitting on the Canon..

with Mom Dewie.. Daddy Dennis was busy taking pictures too...


Last week my Brod-in-Law came to Cebu for a seminar, He was not here to listen tho as he was the Key Note Speaker for a Group Of Doctors from the Visayas and Mindanao. sponsored by a Pharmaceutical Company with the topic, Medical Malpractice..

A Father of Two Handsome Boys( Tim and Luke) and a Husband to the Beautiful and Charming Lody. Atty. Christopher Cruz...

at the Lobby of the Marco Polo Plaza Hotel...

Liga ng mga Barangay/ Cebu

Last Friday August 19, A Group Of Barangay Offiacials visited the Queen City of the South.. They Were Barangay Captains Of Cavite, Barangay Indang and Barangay General Trias...

Bry Gen Tri....

Bry Indang....

Friday, August 18, 2006

MSU-IIT Dept of Industrial Automation and Controls

Our Future Industrial Automation and Controls Engineer
From Mindanao State University Iligan Institute of Technology

The group taken at Mitsumi-Danao
Headed by Sir Bob Salarza and Sir Erman Marajas

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Monday, August 14, 2006


Guten Morgen...
Miss Carol Guenter came to Cebu with friends from Germany and US for a vacation. They went to Boracay then Here in Tambuli(Cebu) then next, Bohol..

Tres Locos!!!! Jason, Alex & Carlo

Coral Stairs @ the Fort....

Sabrina With a Banana... Oooops All Gone..

Dos Locos!!!

Ocho-Ocho With The Kids...

@ The Taoist Temple

TVH Band... Trying Very Hard?? Hehehe

University of St. La Salle - Bacolod

MBA - HR and Management Students came to
CEBU last August 11 for an Educational Tour


UHI Ladies

Fun Ying LieTo Sukmo

Means= "Welcome to Cebu"
SIM & Iris
Last Monday I Had a Tour
A couple from our neighboring asian island - Singapore

At The Gutar Factory in Mactan Island

Fort San Pedro

Fort San Pedro (Main Entrance)


Irish Honeymooners

August 21, 2006

Lovely Couple Damien and Nicola arrived for their Honeymoon in Shangrila Hotel, Eager To Wander What This Small and Progressive City has to offer, We went on a City Tour. It was a Blast!!!!

Mactan Tour & Shopping


Jr & Quito

@ the Guitar Factory

Classic Guitars

August 2, 2006 My Mactan Tour with Quito, JR & Jinky. After a Hectic Days of Conference at the Shangrila. It's Time for Liesure. . .

Siliman University-Educational Tour/History Class

Siliman University-Educational Tour/History Class
July 30, 2006

Mindanao State University Main Campus - Marawi

Cebu Educational Tour

Find Out More and See Where We've Been...

NDMU Engineering

Students & Faculty
Cebu \-Mactan Industrial Tour 2006




The Encarnacions in Taiost Temple-Beverly Hills

Czarina, Kalvin, Bernie and Czar...


At The Miraculous Sto Nino de Cebu...

TTMIST - Calbayog Samar

Computer Science - Cebu Fieldtrip

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Two Lovely Ladies (2)

South country side tour::::

Wow!!!! What a great day! We went to the southern part of our province about 40 kms from the city, and boy it was fun, fun fun.... Not only did we see the usual sights on the regular tour itinerary, but we got a bonus.... there was a festival in the town of Carcar, the Kabkaban festival (I'll post some pix on my next blog; having trouble on how to post now) The parade was so colorful and we got to mingle with people from all walks of life.

Carcar is a booming town. During farming season, they tend to rice fields and plant rootcrops in between. Off farming season, some turn to making quality shoes, others bolos (big knives for farming).

The parade participants wore typical costumes reflective of the kind of work that they do... Some had slippers and sandals hanged on their costumes while some participants had clay pots and fruits on their heads.

And not to forget the lechon, a suckling pig that is roasted. It’s a pity we didnt get the chance to try Carcar’s lechon but at least on the way we got some Chicharon, pork crackling, the town’s other famous delicacy.. mmmm.... Delicious...

It was like playing hide and seek when we tried to find our driver to bring us back to the city. Apparently, he wasn’t allowed to park where he dropped us off and had to drive around and was stuck in traffic which was of course due to the merrymaking on the streets. After straining our necks and perspiring heavily, we finally found him and were off to the city.

Oh well, back to the city... Twas nice going out to the countryside, where what you see are not tall buildings but tall trees and green fields.. Back to reality again, back to the city jungle... til the next.... huhummmmm..... bye.........

Two Lovely Ladies

Went on a city tour today with two lovely ladies, Miss Esther and Miss Vernie.

They where here in Cebu for the Advertising Congress. The convention just finished and the two lovely ladies went out to get a glimpse of the city and of course with yours truly as their tour guide.

It was quite hot today, supposedly the month of November is when we have our heaviest downpour. We only have two seasons here, wet and dry; June to December is our wet season while March to May is dry.

Gotta go, need to get some shut eye, Going on a south countryside tour tomorrow with the two lovely ladies again. Looking forward for it. I'm so excited... bye for now... zzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Fiesta Island

Often called the "Queen City of the South" and the seat of Christianity in the Philippines, Cebu is the country's oldest city.

Exploring Cebu City, one encounters a rich historic past. Cebuano are extremely proud of thier cultural and historical heritage,

a legacy which has endured through the centuries from the time the great explorer Ferdinand Magellan first planted the croos on Cebu's shore.

Time has been kind to Cebu. from Zubu, the fishing village and busy trading port in 1521 has evolved a highly urbanized metroploitan center which now serves as focal point of growth and developement in Southern Philippines.

With its 6 cities; Cebu, Danao, Lapu-lapu, Mandaue, Toledo and Talisay; and its 47 smaller towns.

Cebu has more than keep pace with the nation's progress. Today, the island province leads in traditional and non traditional exports and has the highest econmic growth rate anywhere in the country.

Likewise, recent indications pointed out that Cebu has become the country's most favorite tourist destination.

In contrast to the bustling metropolis, the rest of Cebu's 167 islands and islets are lined with idyllic white sandy beaches and prestine clearwater.

Cebu has gained wide popularity for fantastic diving grounds evidence by the prolification of resorts which offers luxurious accomodation,

excellent dive facilities and services of competent dive masters and dive guides.

Cebu's strategic location makes it ideal for those who wish to travel to other islands and provinces. By plane, boat or bus, nowhere could be too far from Cebu..

info from D.O.T. region 7