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10 Buffet Restaurants in Cebu
The other day, I got a call from a friend asking, “Where is a good buffet restaurant?” Every now and then, people ask me this question. I finally decided to write about it.
Buffets are a great choice for family gatherings, birthday celebrations and plain old pigging out. As we all know, eating is more blissful when shared. The best part is the sky is the limit! Or until your stomach bursts.
These are some buffet spots in Cebu you might want to try.
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10 Buffet Restaurants in Cebu

The other day, I got a call from a friend asking, “Where is a good buffet restaurant?” Every now and then, people ask me this question. I finally decided to write about it.

Buffets are a great choice for family gatherings, birthday celebrations and plain old pigging out. As we all know, eating is more blissful when shared. The best part is the sky is the limit! Or until your stomach bursts.

These are some buffet spots in Cebu you might want to try.

Continue reading the post…>

countocram365:

Photo 238 of 365: enjoy every sunset, look forward to every sunrise #vsco #vscocam #project365 #photo238of365 #sanremigio #cebu #iluvcebu #uronganbeachresort #beach

countocram365:

Photo 238 of 365: enjoy every sunset, look forward to every sunrise #vsco #vscocam #project365 #photo238of365 #sanremigio #cebu #iluvcebu #uronganbeachresort #beach

necatordarlenamus:

Captivated by the natural beauty of Cebu. 🍃 #kawasanfalls #cebu #vscocam (at Kawasan Falls Badian Cebu)

necatordarlenamus:

Captivated by the natural beauty of Cebu. 🍃 #kawasanfalls #cebu #vscocam (at Kawasan Falls Badian Cebu)

Watch the video.

Not only will you discover who @Sinugbangsugbo is, but you’ll see a glimpse of someone making a true impact to thousands of Cebuanos.

Don’t be fooled by the YouTube title. This TEDxUniversityofSanCarlos talk is much more than the beginnings of Cebuano Music. It’s a talk about how one’s passion compelled thousands of people to think creatively about the Cebuano language.

Insoy Niñal is a true harbinger of Cebuano culture.

Seriously, stop reading and just watch the video above.

Where to find beauty
The city isn’t for everyone.
Concrete roads, urban stench and hoards of people; I can understand why it could turn you off. Many aspects of city living makes me feel like a hamster on a treadmill. Any time I’m not able to look out into the horizon, I feel small and boxed in.
Thankfully in Cebu, it only takes 15 minutes to see the ocean or traverse up the mountains. The horizon is literally minutes away. Think about that for a second.
You don’t need to look hard to experience a little beauty.
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Where to find beauty

The city isn’t for everyone.

Concrete roads, urban stench and hoards of people; I can understand why it could turn you off. Many aspects of city living makes me feel like a hamster on a treadmill. Any time I’m not able to look out into the horizon, I feel small and boxed in.

Thankfully in Cebu, it only takes 15 minutes to see the ocean or traverse up the mountains. The horizon is literally minutes away. Think about that for a second.

You don’t need to look hard to experience a little beauty.

Continue reading this post…>

The last two months have been great for ZeroThreeTwo. A lot has been happening.
We opened The Assembly in JY Square, Lahug.
We scored an interview in Hanging Rice.
Yours truly was lucky enough to get featured in Cebu Daily News.
Normally, we don’t like to talk too much about ourselves. As you may have noticed, most of ZeroThreeTwo focuses on other people and the great things they are doing. With this in mind, we’re happy that our contributions to this-thing-we-call-life have been acknowledged.
Many thanks to the team from Cebu Daily News for finding me worthy to be in your storied pages. Thanks to Orly J. Cajegas for contacting me and giving me an opportunity to share the ZeroThreeTwo story. Thanks to Dr. Francis Xavier Solis and Bobbie Albert for making me look decent for the photos.
Click here to read the interview…>

The last two months have been great for ZeroThreeTwo. A lot has been happening.

We opened The Assembly in JY Square, Lahug.

We scored an interview in Hanging Rice.

Yours truly was lucky enough to get featured in Cebu Daily News.

Normally, we don’t like to talk too much about ourselves. As you may have noticed, most of ZeroThreeTwo focuses on other people and the great things they are doing. With this in mind, we’re happy that our contributions to this-thing-we-call-life have been acknowledged.

Many thanks to the team from Cebu Daily News for finding me worthy to be in your storied pages. Thanks to Orly J. Cajegas for contacting me and giving me an opportunity to share the ZeroThreeTwo story. Thanks to Dr. Francis Xavier Solis and Bobbie Albert for making me look decent for the photos.

Click here to read the interview…>

Ubuntu Festival: This Is What Your Body AND Mind Need

“Being healthy is more than just about losing weight or dieting- it’s a mind and body connection.” – Chef Chip Lopez, The Lazy Chef

Health has been on my mind lately.
That’s why I’ve been cutting down on carbs and sugars while exercising as much as I can, but Chip points out another thing I need to take into consideration. I’ve got to find ways to keep my mind healthy too.
It’s easy to ignore this and let it fall by the wayside. We all seem to have a tendency to run our mind ragged. Do you go through 12 hour work days? Is your mind racing before you sleep? Can you remember the last time you gave your mind a rest?
Thankfully, Chef Chip Lopez, a Plant-based, Whole Foods advocate and Bernadette Pacana, a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 500), decided to hold a health and wellness retreat called Ubuntu Festival.
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Ubuntu Festival: This Is What Your Body AND Mind Need

Being healthy is more than just about losing weight or dieting- it’s a mind and body connection.” – Chef Chip Lopez, The Lazy Chef

Health has been on my mind lately.

That’s why I’ve been cutting down on carbs and sugars while exercising as much as I can, but Chip points out another thing I need to take into consideration. I’ve got to find ways to keep my mind healthy too.

It’s easy to ignore this and let it fall by the wayside. We all seem to have a tendency to run our mind ragged. Do you go through 12 hour work days? Is your mind racing before you sleep? Can you remember the last time you gave your mind a rest?

Thankfully, Chef Chip Lopez, a Plant-based, Whole Foods advocate and Bernadette Pacana, a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 500), decided to hold a health and wellness retreat called Ubuntu Festival.

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