Like many Filipinos, I commemorated this year’s Holy Week with a visit to various churches. I realized that I wasn’t able to do this last year, so this year it’s a must that I outdo the shortcomings of the previous year.
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For my last day in Cebu it was a must for me to revisit the sites I wasn’t able to visit the last time I was here, and the first one on top of my head was of the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño. Since the location is in the vicinity of historic sites, a historic tour it is for my last day in Cebu.
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Cebu was one of the destinations I’ve always wanted to visit for the longest time mostly because of my fascination with Philippine history. Unexpectedly, that wish came true! But there’s a catch—the trip was merely for only a day and a half! And here’s how this “surprise” trip came about.