It was a Sunday, so first: Church!
On the third day, we ate, we biked, and we
conquered got lost!
My personal rule of thumb when traveling: ALWAYS GO FOR THE ICONS FIRST.
“I want Taiwan!”
That’s exactly what I said when major things I had planned this year, all suddenly took a different turn.
I don’t know about you, but I always looked forward to trips to Manila so I can have my Dairy Queen Blizzard fix. But hey Cebu, we can finally have one without having to get on a plane!
You need not go the distance anymore for a seafood feast as Talisay’s famous Manang Julings Kilawan opens its first branch in Cebu City.
I was watching the trailer of the film Black Panther when suddenly, “hey, that looks familiar!”
My third trip to Korea wasn’t just seeing new places, but also revisiting old ones which we didn’t explore as much on the first time (like Songdo on my previous post). One of those is Seoraksan National Park.
Unrecognizable. But in a good way.
Remember I told you we had to get up real early to make it to our call-time, and performed under the noon sun for 40 minutes? Well, this is it.
A treat that’s not too sweet?
Cebu’s ever-growing love for food and art would be very evident with this new, photogenic landmark that’s about to flood your Instagram and Facebook feeds, not to mention the traffic that would ensue the moment it opens!
From far away, you can smell this street food cooking. It’s unmistakably the Beondegi. Beondegi is a very popular street food in Korea. The brown one on the right corner of the photo, and yes, they’re boiled silkworm larvae!
Another kind of food I tried in Korea was the Soondae.
I tried another kind of street food which I always see on stands everywhere. It then had become one of my favorite Korean street food. The Odeng (fish cake).
I’m the type of person who doesn’t fear trying out food that’s alien to me, especially the quirky kinds.