Jeepneys have been the symbol of Filipino ingenuity and unique creative flair for decades. Whenever anyone mentions the word “jeepney”, the first word that you associate with it is “Pinoy”.
And by trouble, we are referring to the damage they do to your wallets. Because really, when you look at these brothers’ work, you will end up buying one (or two or three) of their shirts or art prints.
The Osmeña Peak in Barangay Mantalongon in Dalaguete is one of the most visited adventure sites in Cebu. It is popular particularly among nature lovers and thrill seekers.
Arm party, you say? An arm party is a trend that has been making ripples in the world of fashionistas for a few seasons now. To rock an arm party, you need these:
McDonald’s may not be the first international fastfood franchise to have come to Cebu, but it is certainly one of the most popular.
Barangay Guadalupe, Cebu’s biggest barangay finally gets a mall! The mall component of Gaisano Capital Group’s One Pavilion Place (a 26-storey condominium development) finally opened last June 22.
It’s one thing to know where to go thrift shopping but completely another to incorporate thrifted finds in one’s outfits effortlessly. Psyche is one of those local fashion bloggers who are gifted with both.
Colon is Cebu’s busiest district. Despite the emergence of air-conditioned malls in recent years, the lure of good old Colon remains strong. But what makes Colon tick? Perhaps we can find the answer by examining the people you see there every day.
Cebu has tons of delicacies. I’m not really certain if all of them originated here, but many have certainly stayed and have become beloved by locals, adopted Bisdaks, and tourists alike.
Today, we get to know the man behind Scars, one of the strong forces behind the local independent clothing industry, Chad Manzo. I feel that any introduction I write here will never do the actual interview justice, so let’s get to it, shall we?
Bantayan Island is famous for its white-sand beaches and crystal clear waters. But did you know that people come to Bantayan for many other reasons? This week, On the Road lets you have a closer look at the beauty and majesty of Cebu’s summer capital.
Step into any Cebu cafe and you are sure to meet the following. While your average Cebu coffee shop customer can be placed neatly under the categories below, there are also those who encompass more than one.
The island of Cebu lies in the heart of the Philippine archipelago. It is a mixing bowl of different cultures and traditions. It is an open city which values political, social, and religious diversity.
Cebu today is most certainly an epicurean hub of cuisines from all over the world. We have Thai, Vietnamese, and Japanese restaurants.