Cebu’s Original Lechon Belly: Best Lechon in Cebu City

Before we went to Cebu, E had one request. His request was if we can have lechon everyday. In the end, that request didn’t happen, just because there are a lot of other amazing places to eat at in Cebu. Of course, it is mandatory or well it is best if you eat lechon (roasted pork belly) in Cebu compared to eating a re-heated lechon from Cebu.
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Rosewil’s SuTuKil: Fresh Seafood cooked the way you want

I was a bit more prepared for our Cebu trip compared to my first trip there. Before, I just wanted to go to the top recommended places in Cebu. This trip however is a bit different, for starters I have more money to spend so I can really go all out an enjoy eating without worrying to much about money. Aside from that, I also have 3 people with me who LOVE to eat. We are not certified foodies, but we do have a passion for eating food.
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Cebu Day 4: Pasalubong Shopping + Cebu’s Original Lechon Belly

Our last day was spent going to different shops to buy “pasalubong.” It is common tradition here in the Philippines that if you go on a vacation, you will buy knick-knacks, trinkets, food, or any type of souvenir item for your friends, officemates, loved ones, or anybody you know.
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Cebu Day 3: Downtown Cebu Pt. 2 + Taoist Temple + Food Trip

We were super tired from our first two days in Cebu. E mentioned that I should have switched Day 2 and Day 3, but it’s done. My initial plan for Day 3 was to have a second walking trip in downtown Cebu, because the first one was not optimized. I’ll probably blog about my recommended walking tour for downtown Cebu soon. Aside from the walking tour, I also planned going to the taoist temple and tops.
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Cebu Day 1: SuTuKil + Downtown Cebu + Sky Adventure

As I mentioned in my previous blog post, I have been to Cebu twice so I was tasked to create our itinerary for 4D/3N. Luckily I have this habit of checking Trip Advisor for reviews, blog hopping, and asking my friends who either live in Cebu or have been in Cebu numerous times. So by January I was done reserving our hotel and preparing our itinerary (I even made two options for our itinerary: (1) overnight stay in Oslob or (2) day tour in Oslob). My estimate was that we will spend around P10,000 per person (roughly around $250-300) all in.
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