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Aldea del Sol houses in Lapu-Lapu, Mactan

The Aldea del Sol subdivision is in the village of Bangkal in Lapu-Lapu City in Mactan island. It has two house models--Redwood and Daphne--that are of Spanish-inspired themes. Filinvest Land Incorporated, which owns the subdivision, considers Aldea del Sol among its middle-income projects and the cost of the houses in the subdivision ranges from 1.5 million (close to $30,000 using May 2006 exchange rates) for the Redwood model to 3 million pesos for the Daphne model. (Contact us for additional information on modes of payments.) Redwood model The Redwood house is a single story house with two bedrooms and one bathroom, and the whole roof turned into a deck for additional space. The front door opens into the living room, which is adjacent to the dining room. Near the kitchen is a door that opens to free space that can be used as laundry area at the back of the house and the stairway to the roof deck. (Click on photos to view larger images)Redwood model of Aldea del Sol in Bangkal, Lapu-Lapu City The Redwood model's master bedroom has an adjoining door to the bathroom. The master bedroom and the second bedroom are lined with windows to ensure that enough light and air get into the rooms. Total lot area for the Redwood package is 120 square meters while the floor area is 44 square meters. More photos of Redwood model, click on images to view larger photographs: Aldea del Sol-Redwood kitchen Aldea del Sol-Redwood living room Aldea del Sol Redwood model roof deck Aldea del Sol Redwood model bedroom Aldea del Sol Redwood model master bedroom Aldea del Sol Redwood model master bedroom Aldea del Sol Redwood model staircase Aldea del Sol Redwood model roof deck Daphne model The Daphne model is a two-storey house with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Its roof has also been turned into a deck for additional space. The front door in the Daphne house opens into the living room and the stairway to the second floor. The space beneath the stairs could be converted into a cupboard or left as is. Daphne model house of Aldea del Sol The dining room is in another room accessible from the living room through an entrance shaped like a bower. The French doors in the dining room open into free space that can be converted into a garden or a patio. The dining room is adjacent to the kitchen, which opens to the back of the house with space for laundry area. The first floor bathroom is beside the kitchen area. The master bedroom and two other bedrooms as well as the second bathroom are in the second floor. The master bedroom is large and spacious and can accommodate large closets. The second floor hallway opens into a balcony and the stairway to the roof deck. Total lot area for the Daphne package is 132 square meters while floor area is 86 square meters. More photos of the Daphne model, click on images to load larger photographs: Aldea del Sol Daphne model living room Aldea del Sol Daphne model dining room Daphne model kitchen area Daphne model house stairway balcony of Daphne model house Daphne model house third bedroom Daphne master bedroom Kitchen of Aldea del Sol Daphne unit Daphne bathroom Daphne stairway Daphne hallway 2nd floor bathroom another bedroom Only a few houses in the subdivision have been occupied and other homes are still being constructed. Aldea del Sol subdivisionThe amenities and facilities already present in the subdivision as of May 2006 include the entrance gate and guardhouse, concrete roads, cement curbs and gutters, 12-meter access road, power and water system, drainage and sewer facilities, and gazebo. Still being completed are the swimming pool, playground, cabana, basketball court, and children's playgound. The subdivision is a 10-minute ride by trisikad (a bicycle with a sidecar) from the Bangkal main road. About Bangkal Bangkal is one of the villages in Lapu-Lapu City in Mactan island. It is in the interior part of Lapu-Lapu and is close to world-class white sand beaches. It is 30 minutes away from the Mactan-Cebu International Airport and 20 minutes away from the Marina Mall where several restaurants, grocery store, banks, and pharmaceuticals are located. It is 30 minutes away from the Gaisano Mactan mall and City Hall. Bangkal is 15 minutes away from the Mactan Doctors' Hospital and 20 minutes away from the Mactan Export Processing Zone 2 area in Basak where there are also restaurants, a cafe, parlors, spas, and a dentist's clinic. It is 30 minutes away from the city public market and the church and 45-minute to one hour drive from SM City mall in Cebu City. Public transport There are three modes of public transport within the city: jeepneys and motorcycles for long distances and the trisikad (bicycle with a sidecar) for short distances. Motorcycles are preferred mode of transport to the city market. They go the opposite way of the jeepney that plies the Bangkal-city market route. They can drop off passengers at any point along the Bangkal-city market route. The motorcycles pass by the Mactan Doctors' Hospital and Mactan Export Processing Zone 2 in Basak on the way to the market. Jeepneys ply the Bangkal-city market route in the opposite direction of the tricycles. Passengers can disembark on any point along this route. The jeepneys pass by the following points--Buaya mini-market, Mactan Export Processing Zone 1, Marina Mall, City Hall, Gaisano Mactan--enroute to the city market. Along the road opposite the Marina Mall are jeepneys that take passengers to SM City. Passengers may disembark at any point along this route. Other jeepneys passing by the Bangkal area go directly to Highway Seno in Mandaue City. Vans-for-hire routinely pass by the Bangkal main road and they travel to and from Bangkal and SM City in Cebu City and the Ayala Mall in Cebu City. (Mode of transport from the Aldea del Sol subdivision to the Bangkal main road is the trisikad.) Van for hire fare is P25 per person. Map

Swimming with the fishes in Alegre

I swam with the fishes in Alegre. Literally. Try wading in the resort's seas and they'd follow you around, circling your legs, perhaps hoping you'd throw them a morsel of bread. The Alegre Beach Resort in Sogod in Cebu has declared its sea waters a marine sanctuary. A sign on the beach says fishing or capturing the friendly fish is prohibited. Emboldened perhaps by the fact that they're not harmed and that they're fed by well-meaning beachgoers, fish congregate in the resort's shallows. We had a blast watching them race for bed crumbs. Resort structures, themselves, strive to disturb as little as possible the area's rocky and uneven terrain. Alegre's offices, cottages, restaurants, and pool are located on a high cliff but stone steps have been carved out of the rock in strategic areas to connect the main resort area to the beachfront.
Alegre beach resort CebuTHE BEACHFRONT at The Cliff section of Alegre Beach Resort. At right is a bar. You can choose to take your meals or snacks here. Click on photo to enlarge.
A wooden structure built near the beach serves as bathroom and changing area for beachgoers. Also on the beachfront below the cliff grows coconut trees hung with hammocks. A restaurant and bar called The Cliff has been built into a recessed part of the rocks. An open cabana on the shore serves as a massage parlor. The resort, in its website, describes its white sand beach as spectacular and uncorrupted. And spectacular and uncorrupted it is. The beach is a long stretch of fine white sand and the shallow water the color of clean and clear green. The deep is a dark mysterious blue.
Massage parlor at the white sands of Alegre Beach Resort FANCY a massage at the beach? You can have one in Alegre. Click on photo to enlarge.
Meals at the resort can be taken in a variety of ways: inside the comfort of the Pavilion Restaurant and Lounge Bar or at its terrace with an uninterrupted view of the sea or at The Cliff on the beachfront. The food can be a choice of local or international cuisine. Close to the restaurant is the resort's pool and a little farther off is a little playground. Accommodation comes in the form of 20 cabanas set in lush gardens and taking inspiration from Spanish and Filipino architecture and style. Each cabana has two bedrooms with their own bathroom and lanai. The personal amenities available in the cabanas include a mini-bar, cable television, hairdryer, safe, and coffee maker. Room rates are listed in detail at the resort's website. A day trip to the resort, inclusive of buffet lunch, costs 800 pesos per person. Children get special rates.
Alegre Beach Resort in Cebu, PhilippinesTROPICAL PARADISE or something close to it. Alegre Beach Resorts pool and the open sea. Click on photo to enlarge.
The resort also provides aqua sports equipment for snorkeling, diving, jet skiing, windsurfing, and kayaking. Activities like island hopping, bird watching, mountain biking, and trekking can also be arranged upon request. The resort also has a tennis court, golf course, game room, library, and conference room. Alegre is among the top resorts in the Philippines. In 2000, the Department of Tourism named it the Kalakbay Award for Eco-Tourism Best Business Practice Category. It was also named the Kalakbay Resort of the Year in 1996. How to get there The Alegre Beach Resort is about 75 kilometers away from the Mactan Cebu International Airport. It takes about two hours of continuous drive to reach the place. Alegre says in its website that "transfers can be arranged and are free of charge." If you feel particularly adventurous and don't mind the added hassle, you can take one of the buses that ply the northern route at the North Bus Terminal near SM City Cebu in the North Reclamation Area in Cebu City. The trip would take more than two hours, what with stops on the way. More photos, click on them to view larger images. Cebu beach resort Philippine beach resort pool cebu white sand beach The sea beach bar and restaurant bar at beach Marker in Sogod, Cebu

5 things to do when in Cebu

If you ever find yourself in this paradise-island called Cebu in the Philippines, here are five things to do to get the most out of your stay. This post is part of the group writing project at Problogger. 1. Hit the beaches or go diving A narrow strip of land that is 200 kilometers long and 41 kilometers wide, the island province of Cebu—which is ringed by over a hundred other smaller islands—is home to several white sand beaches and spectacular dive spots. Worthy of mention are the beaches and dive spots of Bantayan, Malapascua, Alegre and Camotes in the north; Olango, Mactan, and Sulpa in the east; and Moalboal, Badian, and Sumilon in the south. Of Cebu’s over a hundred satellite islands, some are uninhabited and are favorite destinations of local and foreign tourists. Cebu beach Cebu is home to several white sand beaches and spectacular dive spots. 2. Dance the Sinulog Nothing defines Cebu as much as the Sinulog. It is a festival both religious and festive. A nine-day event that is both offering and thanksgiving. The festival culminates with the Sinulog mardi gras, which is held every third Sunday of January and is the island's biggest event. Everything stops in Cebu for the mardi gras as the city explodes into a sea of dancers and floats take over the street. The Sinulog has become bigger with every year of its staging, starting from its humble start as a parade for students. The Sinulog dance step of two-step forward, one-step back is inspired by the "sinug" (Bisaya word for burnt offering) dance prayers of candle vendors at the Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño. The Sinulog SINULOG: Cebu's biggest festival and tourism draw. The festival culminates with the annual mardi gras, held every third Sunday of January. 3. Visit old churches Spaniards came to Cebu first before colonizing the Philippines. It is no surprise that the island hosts a lot of old churches, some dating back to the Spanish era. The Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño, for example, is the country's oldest church. It was first built by the Spaniards in 1566 on the very spot where the image of the Santo Niño, left behind by Portuguese and Spanish explorers in 1521, was found preserved in a burned wooden box. There are also a lot of old churches in Carcar, a three-hour drive to the south. 4. Go downtown Colon St. is the oldest street in the Philippines. It was built when the Spaniards led by explorer Miguel Lopez de Legazpi arrived in the island in 1565. Colon is the center of Cebu's commerce and while it's no longer as glitzy as other commercial areas of Cebu, it still retains its old world charm--from 1920s building facades to historic markers. While Colon has become a safer place to visit in recent years, try not to bring anything valuable. Just bring the essentials with you: enough money for a meal in one of the restaurants in the stretch and some purchases in flea markets. When you're touring Colon, look for markers of historic spots. At the end of Colon St., just ahead the Gaisano Main department store, is the marker for the street. It's a small obelisk in the middle of the road. A few steps away is Parian, the old Chinese district in Cebu. Nothing much remains of the beautiful houses that used to define the district but there is a huge heritage monument in the area. The monument towers over the area and depicts key historical events of the island. Parian heritage monument PARIAN HERITAGE MONUMENT. The monument celebrates key historic events in the island. 5. Indulge in native cuisine Talisay lechon (roasted pig) It is said that the best-tasting inasal or roasted pig in the Philippines is the one cooked and prepared in Talisay City. You get varied answers as to why the Talisay inasal tastes best: some say it is the herbs they place inside the pig, others say it is the way they cook it, still others say it's the sauce they use for basting. Puso Puso is rice wrapped in coconut leaves and then cooked. Many establishments serve puso instead of rice to go with your meals. Puso rice pieces are strung together and servers just cut them off and slice them in half for serving, hence the term "hanging rice." Puso, according to a Cebu Normal University professor, had been once considered food for the gods, before Spain colonized the Philippines and introduced Christianity. The professor, however, said this ritualistic preparation of puso as divine offering is virtually non-existent today. Sutukil Eat fresh seafood by the shores of Mactan Island by visiting the sutukil diners of Lapu-Lapu City. The eateries are located near the Mactan monument, which houses the obelisk honoring Ferdinand Magellan and the statue of Lapu-Lapu. The monument is said to be the spot where Magellan was killed in 1521. In sutukil restaurants, you get to pick fresh seafood (fish, shrimps, crabs and lobsters) and these are then prepared into three dishes: grilled (for sugba), prepared into a soup (tuwa) or turned into a raw seafood salad (kilaw), hence the name. For more about Sutukil, you can read this article. If you're planning to go to Cebu, be sure to check our directories of hotels, resorts and pension houses.

Directory of Cebu resorts, police stations now online

We've uploaded the directory pages for Cebu resorts and police stations. When you travel to places in Cebu province, take the numbers with you. The cellphone numbers listed there are the best way to contact the stations in case of emergencies as duty officers have been ordered to act on complaints sent through these numbers. These directories are works in progress and we will be continually adding more entries.