Friday shy smile. Hee. (at iTea Yogurt and Tea)
Here’s a geography question for you:
What point on earth is the farthest from the center of the earth?
The answer is actually not “the top of Mount Everest”—which was the answer that sprung into the mind of this 47-year old…
A simple breakfast and stunning view at Nayara Hotel.
Pura vida is a simple phrase that means “pure life.” It is a greeting heard as frequently as “hello” — on every street corner, restaurant and even home in Costa…
Visa not needed. Oooh!
The designer of the church in Liloan is viewed by some as visionary. Despite Liloan having only 5,000 citizens when the church was constructed in 1847, this local church was even larger than that of Mandaue, Cebu’s second largest city. Today, 159 years, more than 30 priests, 50 mayors, and some 47,000 people later, the church still has enough room to accommodate the faithful.
One unusual detail about the Church in Liloan is that it faces the mountains to the West, whereas most churches face the sea to the East. Some have theorized that this is because Mass is often performed in the morning, and the church is thus shielded from the morning sun, making it less hot and uncomfortable. Others have speculated that the church’s direction has a symbolic significance related to church rites. #liloan #church #cebu