As I reached Cebu City, it felt like I’m still in Manila. I had lunch at Ayala mall that was really great. There were so many nice restaurants, casual dining or fine dining, you would find everything but the difference was the hospitality of the Cebuanos, greeting you with a warmth smile and speaking their language with pride. But in English, they speak it very well. Definitely, being the 3rd English speaking nation, it is an official language used in schools, universities and government institutions. It is no wonder why major companies in the U.S. and U.K. outsource their call centre operations here in Cebu.
I went to this place called I.T. Park, and it is surrounded by many restaurants, coffee shops, banks and a lot of Philippines outsourcing companies. It is really a nice place to visit and a good working environment as well. The day may be over but the night has just begun as I witnessed Cebu city’s night life. For party people, I’m sure you’ll never get bored as it has lots of nice bars to hang out and entertainment here in Cebu. And the best part of my trip, the beach. I didn’t have to travel that far just to get to the beach; it has a lot of beautiful white sand beaches that are very close to the city. So what else could I ask for, a city and a beach. And now, I could say that Cebu is not just a destination for me, I considered it as my home already.