SouthWalk 2017: Sneak Peek of 7 Picture-Perfect Destinations

Southern Cebu

South Heritage Photowalk, also known as SouthWalk, is a lifestyle photography event organized by Drift Stories with the concept of experiencing the cultural and historical heritage of Southern Cebu. It's my first time to join and I must say that I truly appreciated it because I haven't really visited a lot of places in the South yet.

With SouthWalk, it's like a road trip to the South. We stopped by 7 destinations to explore and of course, take photos. Despite having only 3 hours of sleep, I managed to wake up at 4:00 AM to catch the sunrise at our first destination, which happens to be just 10-15 minutes away from my house. 

If you love road tripping, then you're sure to have a gratifying adventure when visiting the South. Now let me give you a sneak peek of our photography trip! 

1st Stop: Naga Baywalk

It was a gloomy Saturday so we didn't witness the sunrise at all. But such is life. Some things really don't happen. ;) Nonetheless, it was still a great day. 

Naga Baywalk

2nd Stop: Carcar

This is where lots of old houses are preserved and have stood the test of time. I love old houses and buildings (not necessarily go inside, lol!) because they possess a certain charm that I find so mysterious. 

Carcar, Cebu

3rd Stop: Sibonga

Aside from old houses and buildings, I'm also fascinated with huge trees! 

Sibonga, Cebu

4th Stop: Argao 

I love how it's just so peaceful here.

Argao, Cebu

5th Stop: Dalaguete

There's something about buntings (or banderitas in our language) that makes me dance inside. For me, it spells festivities and merry-making, and all sorts of happy things.

Dalaguete, Cebu

6th Stop - Boljoon

This place gives me the feels. It totally feels like you're transported back in time. This is one of my favorite stops and I can't wait to show you why on my next posts. ;)

Boljoon, Cebu

7th Stop - Oslob

Another fave. The structures here are so picturesque. The chilly weather added to the giddy effect of being there. We wanted to catch the sunset here, but since it was raining, you guess it right.. no sunset at all.

Oslob, Cebu

That's about it for now! I'll have more stories and photos coming up soon.

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