Robinson’s Galleria Cebu is the second Robinson’s mall in Cebu developed by Robinsons Land Corporation owned by John Gokongwei, who originally hails from Cebu City.
Galleria officially opened on Dec. 10, 2015. It is located very close to Pier 4, it can be accessed along Sergio Osmeña Boulevard.
This my first time to visit this mall, more than a month after it opened.
Below, I took out my camera and shot this view.
Robinsons Selections is a supermarket or grocery section of Robinsons, and below is the entrance to it.
This is the cashier counters of Selection supermarket.
My focus of this shot was the Fruit Bar, just adjacent to the Selections, but the two guys in the middle of this photo looks like they’re about to duke it out for some ultimate fighting.
The bakery counter. They have some nice bread here.
For sweet food and cake lovers, there’s Sans Rival Cakes and Pastries. This business is originally from Dumaguete City owned by Trinidad “Tita Trining” Teves-Sagarbarria.
Eating snacks at Mini Stop is one of my favorite thing to do, provided I have enough money because most of their prices are slightly higher than most shops.
I was one of the many Cebuanos excited for Mini Stop to open a shop here in Cebu, and they finally opened not just one, but two shops last October 2012 in Robinson’s Fuente and at Escario Street. These were the first branches outside Luzon.
Ministop is originally a Japanese brand, but locally the company is run by Robinsons Retail Group.
And a bottled water. I just stood up as the tables and chairs are all filled up.
There are currently 13 Ministop shops, and Robinson’s group are planning to put up 60 branches all over the city and nearby provinces.
The Cebu provincial board have unanimously approved on May 23, the resolution stating that a 10 pm curfew for minors, to take effect on June 30.
According to the resolution: “minors do not have any reason to stay in the streets beyond 10 in the evening unless they are accompanied by their parents and relatives for certain occasion.”
at this time (10 pm onwards), some minors can be spotted drinking with their peers and some are alarmingly smoking marijuana or, worse, other illegal substances.”
Vice Gov. Agnes Magpale gave her support the Provincial Board’s resolution, “I personally support the resolution especially that a lot of minors are being used in illegal activities. We could help these minors because we have a facility for them,” said Magpale. She is known to champion the welfare of children as one of her advocacies.
Recorded at early morning around 7:30. At almost end of the video, a man was asking for my help.
Avail this group of four (4) promo from Studio 108, just convince your three other friends to learn yoga, martial arts (aikido), tai-chi, salsa dancing, capoeira, and many more.
P1,800 for 15 sessions and P3,000 for 30 sessions.
You and your friends may choose any program of your liking, learning together or at different schedules.
Just contact them for further information regarding what program you would like to learn.
Studio 108 is located in:
2F Paseo Arcenas Building
Banawa, Cebu City, Philippines
You can call them through the following numbers:
511-3642 / 0943-818-7783
My first to eat at Lumpia House’s outlet in City Soho Mall, specifically located in the second floor.
The best thing why I enjoyed it because I was with my friends, and with two new beautiful female friends. 😀
Another best reason why. I did not spend a centavo, my friend Meynard who loves to treat his friends paid it all.
We ordered ngohiong, a famous street food delicacy in Cebu. Ngohiong is P8.00 each.
I’m not really a fan of fresh lumpia, but I still ate this. This is P25.00 each.
The Cebu Lumpia House price list.
I’ve just met these two pretty ladies through my friends on the right and another friend (not in photo)
Cebu Lumpia House outlet at the second floor of Soho Mall. There are several food outlet in this floor. This mall is owned by a Gaisano company.
We sat beside the window or glass wall. The road that you see is B. Rodriguez street.
The location map of Cebu Lumpia House or Soho Mall. Soho Mall is located in B. Rodriguez St. You can take the Englis jeeps to get there.
Their main address is at 262 Manalili St. Cebu City. Their landline number is (032) 254 4675
I had no idea what awaited me inside this tea shop, I didn’t even know that it was a tea shop. I was expecting coffee. Although, they do serve coffee, but I ordered a tea, but a different type of tea, because it got me curious. More of that later.
Then when I got inside, boom! I saw a large pink teddy bear! Plus other pink and red colours.
Look at that unassuming coffee shop, I’m so excited to drink a mug of coffee!
And…tadaaaa! A big pink teddy bear! I thought I entered a wrong room! Not only that. There are so many girls and children. I saw a few adults, that kind of assured me a bit hehe.
Since naa naman ko diri and it’s also my first time, I just went straight to the counter and just order that coffee. But I could not find coffee in the menu board. I see shakes and milktea. Blended or cold milktea.
Pizza, cake and sandwich. Finally I can see coffee, but only two types of coffee. I asked for a hot tea, and they have only two as well, Bloom Rose tea and Bloom Chrysanthem, both for P120. Both names are new to my ears, but I just ordered the Bloom Rose.
I’m not exactly sure what these others are – milktea or fruit shake?
Here is the Bloom Rose tea, it’s my first to drink this type of tea, and I didn’t expect to see this. I was expecting the typical tea bag, dangling on the hot water.
They’re real roses! That tiny cup with the roses inside has holes in the bottom.
This is the cubicle I chose, I was a bit hesitant to get in. It has feminine colours and female objects on the table. But the other empty cubicles are similar to this one.
Oh, they’re headbands with a Minnie Mouse ribbon hahaha.
I just put this one while I’m drinking my hot Bloom Rose tea. What a perfect pair, indeed!
The biggest pink teddy bear of them all. At the back of it are pillow dolls and bears are ready to gang up on intimidated men.
If you want to go here alone, prepare at least P200 pesos. If you’re on a date, have P1,000 in your wallet to impress your girl!
Soda Cafe is located in Raintree Mall in General Maxilom (Mango Avenue)
Their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SODA-CAFE-765400673509625/
Contact number: 0922 864 7999
Although, Handuraw is known for its delicious pizza, I didn’t eat one. I ordered a Chicken Cacciatore because I was curious by the name. I like to taste foods especially if it has a not-so-familiar name.
I chose Green Mango Shake to pair with my tasty chicken meal. The reddish sauce is tomato, one of the reasons why I also ordered it. Tomatoes are good for the skin, making me look younger. 😀
You maybe wondering about what the word Handuraw means. So I quote on how the owners define it:
Handuraw is pronounced as han-doo-rau and was coined by the family’s matriarch Becky Pestaño Smith as a result of looking for an old Cebuano word that would embody vision, and creativity. It is the Cebuano word for “the power to imagine.”
This Haduraw outlet is located in the ground floor of Mango Square Mall in General Maxilom (formerly Mango Avenue).
The beverage price list of Handuraw Pizza. The green mango shake is P78.00
The rice meal price list. Chicken cacciatore is P128.00
So if you haven’t tried it here, prepare maybe 200 pesos for one.
Handuraw also do deliveries. Just contact them for more inquiries.
G/F Mango Square cor Juana Osmeña St. and Gen. Maxilom Ave., Camputhaw, Cebu City, Philippines
Open Daily from 10AM to 12MN.
Branch Amenities: Beer Below Zero, Live Local Acoustic Music, WiFi, Function Area
Tel. No. (032) 410 7491 / (0920) 958 1627
Yes, they have a website!
Sinulog crowd last January 17, shot randomly in different areas or streets of Cebu. It starts in Jones Avenue, then Fuente Osmeña, then Mango Avenue and Baseline, then back to Mango.
Watch it below.
Photos shot last Sinulog in January 17, 2016. This is my first Sinulog photos. If you want to see other Sinulog photos on this website, you can. Just see below in the Related Articles or Photos.
Tattoo artists are one of the most common vendors you see every Sinulog. Price starts at 40 pesos.
Printed shirts for sale at Colon Street near Colonnade Mall.
This shop also sells printed shirts, this is along Jones Avenue.
Girl had hair sprayed with a green colour. I think this costs 20 pesos.
Sinulog is also some women’s chance to show off some skin. Look at her, she’s holding an Emperador.
One of my few street dancers photos.
This man had his arm tattooed with a henna ink.
7-11 along Jones Avenue.
A Philippine Red Cross ambulance, on stand-by for any medical emergencies that might happen within the day of the Sinulog.