GALLERY · PHILIPPINES · TRAVEL

CEBU (Bantayan Island) Day 2

Hello, Cebu!

DAY 2

Woke up at 4:00am so we could start our day early, explored Bantayan and felt the morning breeze in the island. Bought pineapple bread in the bakery and went to the nearest carinderia in the market for our breakfast. We made sure that our tummy was full to have 100% energy for the day’s schedule.

Sts. Peter and Paul Parish – This is the oldest Parish in Cebu founded by Agustinian missionaries on June 11, 1950.

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Barbeque Area – I don’t know what’s this place called though. We bought barbeque as our baon before going to our land tour (stomach first. haha!) They have different kinds of barbeque, not the usual like isaw,dugo,ulo paa ng manok etc.. but more on pang ulam.

Land tour – The owner of our lodging offered us land tour and boating tour for affordable price (800.00 pesos by tricycle) but we only took the land tour since we don’t have enough time to do the boating tour ( it’s an excuse so we can still comeback to Cebu next time. Hehe)

OBOOB MANGROVE ECO-PARK

50.00 pesos – Entrance fee

PARADISE

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My mom enjoying the beach…

SANTA FE BEACH CLUB OGTONG CAVE

250.00 Pesos each for entrance fee – free use of the swimming pool and the Ogtong cave. Unfortunately we were not allowed to use the pool since we were wearing denim shorts and shirt.

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My dad enjoying the beach

OGTONG CAVE

The water was clean and cold but its creepy inside the cave. hehe!

We didn’t get the chance to visit the other list on our land tour because according to our tour guide some place were under renovation (reason again to comeback to Cebu).

Day 1 – CEBU (Bantayan Island) Day 1
Note: You can rent motorcycles everywhere (250.00-300.00 pesos 24 hours). I think this is better than asking for a tour guide because you can explore mor the island and stay in one place as long as you want.

Thank You for reading!

XoXo

💋Jhona

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