My regret is I did not eat, I just photo walked. Well, anyway, I did eat here years ago, probably once or twice.
It would not hurt if I would eat here again. Just don’t drink the water being served here, hehe..
I have no idea who P. Gullas was. But I knew, Eddie Gullas is owner of University of the Visayas and politician, not sure if they’re related. I could not find any information on the web.
I started shooting at the Osmeña Boulevard area, or where Metro Gaisano is located.
Going in now, the wall on the right is Gaisano Metro or Metro Gaisano, whichever sounds good hahaha.
Looking back at Osmeña boulevard.
The shadow of Gaisano Metro providing additional shade.
Fried chicken, pork and tina-e.
P. Gullas street sign.
Eating snacks or late lunch. It was past 12:00 pm.
Nag sugba ug manok.
Are you hungry, ladies?
Delivering softdrinks to the food stalls.
La Fortuna Hotel. In the first floor is the famous La Fortuna Bakery.
La Fortuna Bakery. Call them (032) 256-2196
I posted a
Colon Street entry on April of last year. But it was only in the part of Cebu Business Hotel and University of the Visayas.
This is now in Gaisano Metro and Gaisano South area.
Colon Street sign.
Throngs of people in Colon Street sidewalk.
Sidewalk shops in Colon.
Oriente Cinema and Colonnade Mall.
New Cinema and Peter Go Building.
New Eden Theater, by the looking at the design of the building, this was probably built in the 1970s.
The old Vision theater, now a ticketing shop and other rental shops.
Getting closer to City Saving Bank. Ticket shops and stalls for passenger ships.
Number of people here have slightly gone down after the Ayala and other malls were built.
Shot just outside of City Savings Bank.
Crossing of Colon Street and Osmeña Boulevard.
Larsian used to be a restaurant back in the 1970s, and is a combination of two names of twin sisters Pilar and Siana.
Presently, Larsian is place of barbecue stalls. Cebu is known for its delicious lechon and sinugba meat and fish. Sinugba (Sugba) is a Cebuano word for grilled or barbecue fish or meat.
In all honestly, I don’t like the present setup of Larsian because it basically contains the smoke of the grilled food, and after eating one would come out smelly.
Gaisano Capital’s former name was Gaisano South Colon.
I used to work here in 2000, but only for five months. I was assigned in the Engineering Department, but my task was architectural. I draw the plans given to us by our head architect, I also do minor designs.
I enjoyed my time there, but the salary just would not let stay longer, so I had to find another work, which was graphic design related.
The main entrance of Gaisano Capital.
The side entrance, or the Leon Kilat entrance.
Leon Kilat street side of Gaisano Capital.
Ground floor, perfume stalls.
Ground floor, miscellaneous stalls.
Ground floor, miscellaneous stalls. Kawat-kawat lang pag shoot, kay dili pwede mag shoot inside the mall.
Games area, at the upper floor.