Cebu City Tour

OH MY GOD! I am finally BACK! If in case any of you missed my absence, my blog was hacked and attacked with malware. I was literally gone for half a year! I cannot imagine how long it was since I last blogged. I missed my blog!!!!!!!!! Sorry for the emotional intro :) I'm just so happy! If I can only tell you all the deets of how I recovered my blog (BY MY OWN!), it would take more than a day to compose my blog entry about it.

Anyhow, today's post is long overdue. I'm currently in Cebu but my Cebu City tour blog for today was all the way back to October of last year. As I said, this is a loooooooong overdue post.

You guys know Cebu was my home for a year a few years ago when I was still working as a hotel employee. I always love coming back here because there are lots of things to enjoy here. And when we came here last October for a Usana convention, we couldn't just waste the opportunity to tour around the city. And our first stop? Temple of Leah.

It rained just as soon as we arrived but it didn't stop us from taking endless pictures. I absolutely love the Greek vibe of the place. No wonder why I've seen lots of debut and prenuptial videos and photos shot here. It's definitely a great spot for photography and videography. The scenery was just as great as the temple itself. The overlooking view was simply breathtaking and it was satisfying to see from up here the rain pouring down to the rest of Cebu. A stunning rainbow also appeared after the rain stopped. Too bad I forgot to get a shot it.

We also took the chance to go to a higher spot of Cebu, in Tops. With it's amazing overview of the whole city, you'll immediately fall in love with this place. There are also tables and chairs, and multiple little cafes and stores where you can buy snacks and meals. There weren't many people when we went here. And I guess it isn't normally packed with people. So I guess if you're looking for a great place to relax and lounge at, Tops Cebu is definitely a great place to visit.

Last stop on our City Tour was the Sirao Flower Garden. Dubbed as the "little Amsterdam of Cebu", the garden was filled with Instagram-worthy field of flowers. Although the place was under renovation at that time, we took the chance to take pictures with the rest of the place. The view from up here was also one-of-a-kind.

Looking over this amazing view made me realize how great our God is. He made all of these possible! I actually have more photos on my phone but sadly, I can't share them to you because my phone was stolen! great news right!? (*insert sarcasm)

Anyway, that's all for today's post. Hope you enjoy touring Cebu with me. If you've been to these places or you'd like to recommend other must-visit sites, don't forget to leave them in the comments section down below!

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