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Landing at Mactan Cebu International Airport

Mactan Cebu International Airport is located in Lapu-Lapu City, Mactan Island, Metro Cebu and is the country's second primary gateway. It is a major international airport in the Visayas region of the Philippines.  The airport is managed by the Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority.

Mactan Cebu International Airport is a major trade center in the south for both domestic and international traffic. Its traffic is continually increasing and is now serving 602 commercial flights weekly transporting 10,223 passengers daily. Narrow-bodied aircraft such as A319, A320, A321, B737, and wide-bodied aircraft such A300, A330, A340, B777 and B747 have been introduced in international flights to Mactan and in the domestic trunk routes. The airport has a large apron, a single 3,300 meter runway, and a taxiway. The terminal building incorporates both domestic and international wings with a combined capacity for 4.5 million passengers. The airport covers an area of 797 hectares.

Barbeque Larsian Fuente


Barbeque food being offered in Larsian Fuente include the usual list of pork and chicken parts being sold in your neighbour hood barbeque store.  Larsian is located at the heart of Cebu City, Fuente Osmena, near the Fuente Police Station and Chong Hua Hospital. The place becomes alive starting at around 5 pm until the wee hours of dawn.

Pork barbeque is P5 a stick, there’s also Adidas (chicken feet), IUD or chicken intestine, helmet or chicken head, liver and gizzard, pork blood, chicken skin, and a lot more. Team that up with puso or hanging rice. But there really is something in larsian that makes the barbeque stand out from any other stores around the world. Some said it’s the sauce that makes the difference, others said it’s the ambiance, the mix of crowd, or simply the smell of grilled food that sticks to your clothes.

Boracay Sunset


One of the best thing about Boracay is the sunset. Truly, Philippines is blessed with the most beautiful sunset and sunrise. Nothing compares with the sight of sun sinking in the sea.


When the sun is up in Boracay Beach, you will see the energy of the place with its tourist, boats, kayak, store, restaurant, streets. When the sun is going down, you will appreciate the beauty of nature. And when the sun is gone, again the busyness of Bora will wake up again.

Sagbayan Peak at Bohol


Ten miles from Carmen’s Chocolate Hills Complex and two hour drive through scenic rice fields, historic towns, coconut and banana groves from Tagbilaran, the resort sits on a five-hectare property situated on a mountain top at the cool mountain town of Sagbayan, Bohol.  Sagbayan Peak is a mountain resort and recreation center located in the town of Sagbayan, about 45 miles northwest of Tagbilaran City. 

Offering a 360-degree perspective view of the famed Chocolate Hills plus the distant blue sea separating Bohol from the island of Cebu, the place has captured the interest of the nature loving tourists. Compared to the Carmen complex, the resort is more spacious and a whole lot less crowded, with ample parking space for vehicles.

The resort offers many facilities for its guests. The first facility that you will pass by upon entering the resort is an open-sided chapel. A short trip thru a scenic landscape will bring you to the wide parking area and entrance of the park, where one has to buy P10 tickets to enter.

Guadalupe at Makati

Guadalupe is one of the busiest place in Makati. It is located at the other side of Mandaluyong and only the Pasig River separate it. Since it is strategically along the EDSA or Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue, it became more busy. Also it is the gate to the residential place of Makati such Poblacion, Cembo, West Rembo, East Rembo and PemboIt is also the gateway to  Pateros.

Aside from those, Guadalupe MRT Station also resides in here and some of the buildings located in it such as the Guada Mall. Jollibee, Mc Donalds.

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