Conquering Cebu X: Balamban

I always have thought of going to Balamban that time since I’ve heard a lot of news regarding vehicular accidents that happened there due to its long and winding road.

It was unexpected and to my curiosity, I decided to give it a try. After my duty, I directly hailed a taxi going to Citilink. Citilink is a van station going up north of Cebu.

Good thing, it was also the day when Balamban people celebrated their patron saint.

It was indeed a road less adventure for I didn’t make any research, planning, itineraries, and kinda low in cash, also but I still took the risk.

On my way there, I was astounded by the sight of the town; the cliffs, mountains, the fog, everything. So, I enjoyed looking around on my journey.

When I arrived in Poblacion Balamban, I immediately went to Buhawi Pool and then Costa Roca Resort.

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