Coffee Prince Cebu

Coffee Prince Cebu officially opens today, August 17! :D

I was invited to their soft opening yesterday, and I was happy to oblige! Korean-inspired cafes are fast growing in Cebu and though I’ve only been to a few, I know they all have one thing in common: cute interiors!

coffee prince cebu

The place is still sort of bare (well, given that it’s newly opened) compared to other Korean-inspired cafes with all their hanging photo prints, scattered post-its, and giant stuffed toys (Coffee Prince Cebu has this), but they have the love locks!

love locks at coffee prince cebu

I’m pretty sure this will fill up quickly. But the cafe keeps the keys, so I guess everyone will have a space in his/her own time. ;)


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Canyoning in Badian, Cebu

Last June 21-22, my friends and I (a total of 16 persons) went on a new kind of adventure which we first knew about through Drew Arellano’s video on YouTubecanyoning or canyoneering.

Canyoning (known as canyoneering in the U.S.) is traveling in canyons using a variety of techniques that may include other outdoor activities such as walking, scrambling, climbing, jumping, abseiling (rappelling), and/or swimming. -Wikipedia

But before that, let me tell you about the basic information. Most of us are from the city, so we had to meet up at South Bus Terminal at 5:30am before going to Badian (we departed at around 6am). Badian is a town in the southwestern part of Cebu and is 3 hours away from Cebu City.

group shot


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javakulaws summer outing

JavaKulaws Summer Outing in Medellin, Cebu

It was a really hot summer weekend, and I was glad that our summer outing / teambuilding activity finally pushed through!

Medellin is a 3-hour ride from Cebu City. We didn’t take the bus since we rented a van, but the travel time is pretty much the same. We lodged at Tapol Beach Resort but on our first day, we went to FUNtastic Island in Gibitngil Island via a 30-minute pump boat ride from the mainland. The water was super clear that all you’d want to do is swim/float all day, but it was also saltier than what we’re used to.



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Shiratani Beach Resort and Inambakan Falls in Ginatilan

Last-last Saturday (June 15) was my & Mumu’s 2nd anniversary together but instead of celebrating it alone with each other, we had an outing with our friends! :D

We met up at the South Bus Terminal at around 8:30am, got on a bus, and departed at 9:00am. It was unusual that I didn’t sleep through the whole trip. I only did when we were farther south. After 4 hours of travel worth P162.00/head, we arrived in the town of Ginatilan and checked in at Shiratani Beach Resort. There were 8 of us but we just decided to get a room good for 4 persons at P1,200.00.

Since it was already around 1:00pm, we were hungry as hell, so we went to the town market on a tricycle (P5.00/head) and had lunch at one of the carinderias there. We then shopped afterwards for some food for our next 3 meals.


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