However “modern” Cebu is becoming, the downtown Colon seems to be unmoved about it. And, I guess why going there can be nostalgic because for any one whose childhood memory of Cebu City is Colon, and not yet SM or Ayala, one can still see how mostly are still the same in it.
There was a time, i signed up to every app scobleizer evangelized as the next big thing just so i can snatch the “owrange” username. Anyhow, “vine” was one of those apps.
This song was played over and over during Meg’s McDo Kiddie crew culmination program.
The most popular route of going up to Osmena Peak is from Dalaguete side, which we had done before.
After the beach the previous day, the goal was to go to fresh water on the 3rd day so it would be Kawasan Falls (this have been our usual itinerary every time we’re in badian, cebu)z But before that, I went for a run before the kids were up. The plan was to go wherever my feet would take me then just turn-around and go home after 1 hour.
Though, it got trickier when Meg bonked in the middle of trekking to the 2nd Falls. It must be with the some steep ascent parts.
It’s beach time! But first things first, a trip to the “merkado.”
Bus rides were part of my high school to college life. Going home on weekends when everyone wants to go home, I learned how to elbow others to get inside a bus, i even knew how to get inside the bus via the window. Countless trips back and forth to Badian & Cebu City, I memorized every bump on the road, endless road construction, to every structure on the roadside seen from the bus window. I lost a few walkman on the bus because i fell asleep, and probably they just rolled out from my pocket. And, they all happened in Librando Bus.