Center of attraction in Lake Sebu is the triangular landmark that shows Kemdol and I love Lake Sebu. At the innermost part is the statue of a man mounting on a horse which is surrounded with cemented picnic tables.
For travellers’ sigh of relief is the 7 falls that flows to its source.
Closer look at the water source.
Scenic view and dress of T’boli people.
We are immersing ones culture and its traditional costumes.
Also, to complete the day, a zipline experience is a must.
The day starts with #waiting. A quick pose at Miles Avenue located here in my hometown Glan, Sarangani Province.
A stop over to taste tilapia from sinugba, kinilaw, and chicharon.
Glancing at the Lake Sebu horizon
Attended Seminar on Gender and Development
Sunrise Garden Lake Resort is the venue of GAD Seminar
A polo shirt is the best gift which I received this yuletide season.
Say “Good Morning!” to the spirits of the lake.
A dream house to be realized beyond imagination.
Delicious breakfast with my collegues.
Introducing Flor de Luna, a wild flower.
Meet Mr. Santa Claus, a flat belly one.
We are privileged to visit Sto. Nino Shrine also the part of Romualdez Mansion.
Each room depicted the details of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos. I was so amazed because I never came across in my readings that featured precious heritage.
It is not a portrait that is being framed but the miniature that portrays Ferdinand Marcos assumption to the office as President of the Philippines.
On the wall projected the Romualdez Family Genealogy.
A miniature illustrated how Marcos build and developed Leyte.
A long table with 13 chairs represented 13 Regions of the Philippines.
A hand carve of Malakas and Maganda which is a common Philippine Folktale.
We are set to our long ride going to Surigao Port.
A long journey with stopover in one of the fast food chain.
A long ride is accompanied with long waiting to address the call of nature.
Well, we need to surpass the security check at Surigao Port.
A walk going to ferry boat.
We are now onboard to Leyte.