P. Gullas Street


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.

P. Gullas Street Cebu City
I started shooting at the Osmeña Boulevard area, or where Metro Gaisano is located.

P. Gullas Street Cebu City
Going in now, the wall on the right is Gaisano Metro or Metro Gaisano, whichever sounds good hahaha.

P. Gullas Street Cebu City
Looking back at Osmeña boulevard.

P. Gullas Street Cebu City
The shadow of Gaisano Metro providing additional shade.

P. Gullas Street Cebu City
Fried chicken, pork and tina-e.

P. Gullas Street Cebu City
P. Gullas street sign.

P. Gullas Street Cebu City
Eating snacks or late lunch. It was past 12:00 pm.

P. Gullas Street Cebu City
Nag sugba ug manok.

P. Gullas Street Cebu City
Are you hungry, ladies?

P. Gullas Street Cebu City
Delivering softdrinks to the food stalls.

P. Gullas Street Cebu City
La Fortuna Hotel. In the first floor is the famous La Fortuna Bakery.

P. Gullas Street Cebu City
La Fortuna Bakery. Call them (032) 256-2196


6 thoughts on “P. Gullas Street

  1. Lami kaayo ni ilang bbq dire bai, then labi na ug apilan nimo ug mountain dew na bugnaw kaayo, sus, kalami hehe. Sakto ka, ayaw lang inom ug tubig kay landing jud ka hospital pagka ugma hehehe.

  2. Lami kaayo ni ilang bbq dire bai, then labi na ug apilan nimo ug mountain dew na bugnaw kaayo, sus, kalami hehe. Sakto ka, ayaw lang inom ug tubig kay landing jud ka hospital pagka ugma hehehe.

  3. “The Freeman was founded by Don Paulino Arandia Gullas and its maiden issue came out on May 10, 1919.” 
     ”Don Paulino Gullas was later elected congressman for the second district of Cebu in 1928 and re-elected in 1934. He was one of the 14 delegates to the 1935 Constitutional Convention. So in a way, journalists and politicians are closely related to one another, that is why perhaps Sir Dodong Gullas was once elected as congressman for the first district of Cebu, while his brother Rep. Eddie Gullas is still the current congressman of the first district.”  source: http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=487698&publicationSubCategoryId=67

  4. “The Freeman was founded by Don Paulino Arandia Gullas and its maiden issue came out on May 10, 1919.” 
     ”Don Paulino Gullas was later elected congressman for the second district of Cebu in 1928 and re-elected in 1934. He was one of the 14 delegates to the 1935 Constitutional Convention. So in a way, journalists and politicians are closely related to one another, that is why perhaps Sir Dodong Gullas was once elected as congressman for the first district of Cebu, while his brother Rep. Eddie Gullas is still the current congressman of the first district.”  source: http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=487698&publicationSubCategoryId=67

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