One advantage of living in Manila is the accessibility of tourist places like Baguio City from the metro. Unlike when I was still living in Davao City or Cebu City, I only get to visit Baguio City whenever I have an important business or a scheduled vacation or trip. And not to mention the cost of traveling from the province to Manila and from Manila to Baguio.
The last time I visited Boracay was in 2006 with my some college friends. It was a fun experience. I wish I had my own camera at that time for taking pictures. Unfortunately, I was only sharing with the group’s cameras. Nice thing though that Seair is now offering more flights to Boracay (Caticlan). I can now easily schedule a weekend lakwatsa to Boracay in the comfort of my own computer.
Mooon Cafe in Cebu is one of the few must-try restaurants that I failed to visit during my six month stay last year. I had a couple of attempts but I always failed. Every time we visit Mooon Cafe at The Walk (in Asiatown IT Park, Lahug), there’s always a long queue of customers. The place is never empty especially at night. Continue reading “Mooon Cafe in Ayala Terraces”
Ayala in Cebu has changed a lot since I left in October 2008. Only a few days after I left that Ayala Terraces opened. The Ayala Terraces is the result of the few months of renovation of the back part of the ACC. The entire complex now houses restaurants and food establishments both coming from Cebu and other parts of the country.
The ambiance of the place gives people the impression that everything within its confines is expensive. But don’t be deceived with its looks. On the contrary, I find the rates of the food establishments here relatively affordable (as compared to Metro Manila prices). So far, I’ve only been able to dine at Mooon Cafe — a Mexican Restaurant, Sunburst — Cebu’s signature fried chicken and UCC Cafe.
The Ayala Terraces is a PhP 600M development project by the Ayalas in Cebu. The Terraces, which was originally Ayala Center Cebu’s Lagoon before it was renovated, comprises 8,000 square meters of available floor area for establishments. The addition of the Ayala Terraces in Ayala Center Cebu gives Cebuanos a new definition to their urban lifestyle.