Gorordo Street Lahug
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.
I started taking photos here inside a jeepney, this is near the entrance going to Succour Hospital.
The QC Pavillion. A mall attempting to be exclusive, lol.
Family Choice Restaurant. They offer unlimited meal. The taste is good here.
I forgot the name of the yellow and blue building on the left.
The graffiti on the gate just gave me an idea.
Bank of Philippine Islands (BPI). This bank has been here since I first set foot in Cebu in 1990.
Or was it this photo that gave the idea. Wait for the set of photos about street art I gathered around Cebu City.
University of the Philippines Visayas Cebu College. They just achieved independence from UP Ilo-Ilo. Did not know it was administered by UP Ilo-Ilo for many years.
There were girls playing soccer at the football field.
They have a Intramurals or something.
This waiting shed used to be memorable for me, lol.
The Oblation (naked guy).
There are a lot of foreigners in Cebu, these two guys are an example. Are they Pakistanis or Indians?
Furniture sellers along Gorordo.
I think this is the Barangay Hall of Lahug.
Lahug Elementary and High School building
The entrance of Lahug Elementary and High School building.
The Latter Day Saints church. So beautiful.
The Latter Day Saints stone sign.
I stopped right before JY Square.
BDO and Jollibee.
This is JY Square. ePerformax, a call center is located here.
Mc Donald’s (24 hours) in JY Square.