Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Capitol Site Cebu City

So this is a continuation of my 'The Travel Series'. In my previous post, I talked about my photos of the Mandaue-Mactan Bridge which I got while sailing the ship to Cebu. Now, here's another post about another place I have been to while I was in Cebu. These photos were taken on the first day I arrived there.



That's me on the middle. Haha. 

It's kinda big and it's not like most government structures you find all around the Philippines. It looks more like a museum and on the sides are statues of famous Filipinos like Lapu-Lapu, a famous hero who once lived in Cebu. History has it that one of his men defeated Magellan, the Portuguese explorer who tried to conquer the Philippines particularly Cebu at that time.

 A closer look. I really like those cute red ribbons-- very much in sync with the Christmas season.

 It was burning hot but I still managed to smile!

It's funny because I look like I have a very big tummy here. It's because of the dress's design. There are 3 pleats in the middle and they're supposed to make your body have that 'curvy' look but when I sat down, it made me look like some 30-year-old preggy. Haha.


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