A quick history lesson on Cebu

Zebu or Sugbu, as the early inhabitants called the island, engaged in a thriving trade and commerce with neighboring Malay countries and reached as far as Thailand and China. The people lived in log houses with nipa roofs and used porcelain wares and earthen jars to store wine and water. They adorned themselves with stunning gold jewelry and embellished their clothes with beautiful ornaments. The men wore bahagui on the lower torso, covered their heads with silk turbans and decorated... Read More