B. Rodriguez St. is the location of Southern Islands Hospital (VSMMC), Espina Village and Cebu Bethel Temple.
The two-storey structure is located in the corner of V. Rama and B. Rodriguez St.
This jeepney is heading for Colon St. I waited for another jeepney to ride.
I actually started shooting here, near Cebu Bethel Temple.
Traffic Advisory sign.
The gate at the right is Espina Compound.
The gate of Espina Compound.
Cebu Bethel Temple.
Two storey residential structure just beside Cebu Bethel Temple.
The gate of Espina Village.
B. Rodriguez Bridge.
B. Rodriguez Extension. Not a good place to have a residence here, hehe.
Sari-sari store just at the crossing of B. Rodriguez Extension.
Petron gasoline station.
Street eatery beside Southern Islands Hospital.
Getting nearer to the gate of Southern Islands.
Southern Islands Hospital is government owned.
The gate of Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center is the newest name of Southern Islands Hospital.
Vicente Sotto is the father of showbiz brothers Vic and Tito Sotto.
Street going to Larsians.
It’s time for a little diversion from the usual old Catholic churches photos here. I started going to this church in 1995.
Cebu Bethel Temple is an Assemblies of God affiliate pentecostal church founded in 1955 under a mango tree in Banawa. Though, its first formal building venue was first located in Sanciangko st., it was called Cebu Revival Center then. Continue reading
This is my own recorded video of SRP subway or tunnel. I’ve previously posted a similar CSCRP video, but it was made by another Youtube user.
CSCRP or Cebu South Coastal Road Project – This is a project of former mayor Tomas Osmena.
This part of Mandaue City used to be my stress reliever. I walked along this street to find something to eat on weekends.
I’m sure some of those from Mandaue had their own unique experiences about this street. Continue reading
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Gorordo St. was named after the first Cebuano bishop in Cebu, Juan Gorordo. Gorordo’s mother was from Cebu, but his father was a Spanish from Vizcaya, Spain.
What’s so cool about Juan Gorordo aside from being a historical figure, is he was a Carolinian, a graduate of USC. Continue reading