When you ask a Cebuano what they know about Argao, their thoughts will immediately jump to one of two things: torta (a sweet, sort of sponge cupcake) or tablea (pure chocolate tablets). But unknown to many, there exists a weaving industry that still thrives today: Hablon.
Perhaps that’s why traveling out of town can be therapeutic. Being away from your career, the city traffic, and the overall daily grind may just be what you need to reset and reenergize.
It’s true that many people travel for gustatory treats. In fact, there are destinations that are known for one particular dish, so much so that crowds gather there to sample the delicacy.
An archaeology expert from the University of Guam has encouraged Cebuanos to inform the proper authorities and safeguard artifacts found in construction sites and other diggings instead of destroying or even taking them.
After a four-day seminar-workshop, 55 representatives from nine towns and five cities of Cebu successfully hurdled module one of the fourth Community-Based Ecotourism Project Trainors’ Training that the Cebu Provincial Government, through the Provincial Tourism Office, organized last April 24-27, 2018 at Golden Valley Hotel in Cebu City.