Tag Archives : Cebu

Trekking to Osmeña Peak in Cebu | Blushing Geek

Trekking Osmeña Peak in Cebu

Osmeña Peak is the highest peak in the Queen City of the South which is standing 1,013 meters above sea level.  It’s unique from other mountain ranges in the Philippines because of its multiple jagged hills group together that overlook and stretch as far as the Badian shorelines.  Most people refer to it as the Chocolate Hills of Cebu but…

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Must Visit – Cebu Taoist Temple | Blushing Geek

Must Visit – Cebu Taoist Temple

Aside from white sand beaches, Cebu also has a lot of well-known travel destinations that you can’t missed. And one of that is the Taoist Temple! And no worries, even if you’re not Chinese, you can definitely visit lol. The Taoist Temple is located in Beverly Hills Subdivision in Lahug, Cebu. As the third and final destination of my first…

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Jumalon Butterfly Sanctuary and Art Gallery

Together with some friends, we planned to have a road trip around Cebu on Sunday but unfortunately, it was cancelled. Haaay! You know the excitement and then turned out it will not happen? Well, I’ve been there countless times my friend, so I thought I’m used to the feeling. But nah! So to cure my boiling desire to travel, I…

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Hermit’s Cove: Aloguinsan’s Hidden Treasure

Aside from the scorching heat that is sometimes too hot to handle, summer is my favorite time of the year, but oops, stop being judgmental, haha. It’s my favorite time of the year right after Christmas season ofcourse (oha!). Summer is also a great excuse for some of us to go out and travel. Through the booming online popularity of…

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Bojo River Cruise at Aloguinsan Cebu | Blushing Geek

Bojo River Cruise in Aloguinsan Cebu

Tired of the usual beach outing this holiday? How about trying an eco-cultural tour in Aloguinsan? It’s a small town along the southwestern coast of Cebu island which is gaining renown for its nature tours that advocate sustainable and responsible tourism. Bojo is one of the 15 Barangays in Aloguinsan and since the river is located in the barangay, it was…

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