The Santo Niño de Cebú (Spanish: Holy Child of Cebu/Batang Banal ng Cebu in Filipino) is a Roman Catholic title of Jesus Christ associated with a religious vested statue of the infant Child Jesus venerated by many Filipino Catholics who believe it to be miraculous.
Covered from head to toes, the street vendors know how to cope with the burning sun. On almost every road, those guys are selling fresh water to car drivers. See how they hold their bank notes, typical as well;
THe Deafening karaoke (a passion for Cebuano, a nightmare for European living nearby 😛
Lechon (roasted pig) every 10 meters. The typical Pinoy dish.
pick up an official doc?Filipino time = consistently arriving a good 30mn late. So you know you’ll be waiting a long time for your turn. Admire the Filipino resilience 🙂 I love it!
And one minute for the Attilas to realize they are back on the rock. I took this pict in Bantayan, but it could really be anywhere in the Visayas (and probably far beyond, but I haven’t been out there yet). The friendliness of the Pinoy with kids is not a legend. I can’t remember a single restaurant where the waiter/waitress did not turn into a yaya (nanny) after 5 minutes.Of all the countries we have visited, the Philippines is by far the most kids friendly. Genuinely.