Cebuanos and tourists roamed around Cebu to once again experience the beauty of the province’s cultural heritage. Here are the things we did:
Getting from point A to point B was also nostalgic because the participants were to ride the TARTANILYA!
Heritage Interpreter Ka Bino Guerrero offered a free tour to all ticket holders. How cool is that?
They’ve got a great playlist of Cebuano-language songs in JRG Halad Museum.
Bantay-bantay gyud ka because the curators will randomly ask you about your knowledge about history.
(I Can’t erase the memory when some random curator asked me about World War II and what happened in Cebu — and I just forgot what my History teachers taught. Lesson learned: Kung magtuon man gani, dapat isapuso ug dili lang para maka-high score)
You’ll get a free taste of Cebuano delicacies. Free taste, free taste lang. Mabusog ra lage ka sa kadaghang free taste.
It’s just like time-hopping.
As if you’ve traveled through time…
There is a list of these activities at the official Gabii sa Kabilin app and magazine.
You are secured. Police visibility is high and there are officers that’ll help you cross the street. But most of all, you get the discretion not to follow some traffic signs. Thanks to the traffic marshalls for the special treatment. It’s a special event after all. I think it’s legal. 😛
Do not be afraid if you have no one to come with you during the Gabii sa Kabilin. Malingaw ra lage gihapon ka. I know because I did. #soloflight Just take a selfie with a nice artwork at your back. You’ll be fine.
If selfies are too many, ask someone to take a photo of you or hitch up with a group of participants.