Madridejos, Cebu: Tracing My Visayan Roots In Bantayan Island
Today, my travel set off on a different course. This time was not completely about leisure and adventure but for a more personal purpose. I went an extra mile down south back to my Dad’s hometown where I haven’t been for more or less than 10 years. Many things probably changed according to relatives who told me stories of recent developments on the small island. I was young when I first set foot on the island, and I have no idea how I got there. Above all, I was not so familiar with the language. Heading to one Cebuana island taking a more traveler and artistic approach, get to know the culture, and experience the daily rural life. This travel is less about me, and more of my Dad, and besides, it’s his birthday, so I’m visiting, and celebrate his day in Madridejos, Cebu. Read more…
Madridejos, Cebu: Child Helps AdultsIn The Cornfields
Smacked in the middle of Madridejos are corn fields where corn is one of the primary trade of the small town. Children help their parents in harvesting crops.
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