Cebu City Enhanced Quarantine Day 4 Drive: Capitol Site, I.T. Park, Ayala Mall

Cebu City Enhanced Quarantine Day 4 Drive: Capitol Site, I.T. Park, Ayala Mall

Had to run some errands around the city today so I grabbed some video, hope you guys enjoy πŸ™‚

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122 comments

  1. @Chris…That Capitol Building is officially called Cebu Provincial Capitol Building (not Cebu City Capitol) because it is the seat of the provincial government of Cebu (not the city government). In fact, it’s an enclave or a territory of Cebu province. All the people working in this enclave are not governed by city government but by provincial government. It is where Cebu Governor Gwen Garcia and her provincial board (similar to city council) take office. The Cebu City Hall next to Magellan’s Cross is where the Cebu City mayor takes office.

  2. Nice tour of Cebu. I’m hoping to retire there from NY within the next year or 2. Hoping to invest in a condo in the IT Park area. Please do more videos like this one exploring other areas as well. Thanks

    1. Probably oban nahatagan ang oban wala pa ingon sa kadaghan s population maapod b gyud sa governo? Nahhh dili oy ky kadaghan pd nga sa osa k bobong nagtipon ang ginikanan mga anak minyo apo inlaws

    2. They are giving them nothing and if they do it will be miniscule. There was already a demonstration in manila. People are hungry and their money is running out or will run out. A priest in manila set up a soup kitchen to feed some of the homeless and the no good police up there shut him down saying the people were standing too close to each other which wasn’t true so they didn’t get fed. there are no Provisions being made to feed any of the people by the government and are any of you really surprised? do you think those government people have any compassion for their own people because they don’t. Duterte just stated today or yesterday I don’t remember which, that a police can shoot to kill people that are disobeying the curfew or if the police feel threatened and you all know what that means! I’m sure if you’re familiar with the way things are over there this is a disgrace. all these people who have no food especially the children is inexcusable. By the way this pandemic is playing right into the hands of duterte and you’ll see him declare martial law and his Chinese Masters are going to back him up 100% there will be no elections when his term is up wait and see!

  3. @Chris….Why so many passes? I thought only one pass per household? That’s what we have here in Lapu-Lapu City. So Cebu City has a different policy? Here in Lapu-Lapu City, only one person is allowed to go out of the house to do some errands the whole time and that person whose name appears on the pass.

    1. @Terry Foss better to be overreacting than sorry after all,
      And bro this is serious issue. that whole world is facing right now ,
      Come on.wake up bro

    2. I guess what I’m getting at is the gov there is inept and very wishy washy. I have a home there and I can’t even get back and who knows when…I’m in China waiting for things to get better. Hope I can return this summer.

    3. Look how most of European countries and the US are doing now for not over reacting. The speed at which they amass cases and death toll everyday is faster than you can pronounce the virus.

    1. It’s good you got out when you had the chance Anthony, it’s better than being stuck here and not being able to leave. Hopefully you’ll be able to come back soon. Thanks for watching πŸ‘

  4. Well. Scary. But THIS IS what a quarantine lockdown is supposed to look like.
    Stay safe everyone. *Take time to pray and read/pray Psalm 91 and 51.*πŸ‘β˜πŸ•Š

  5. Thankyou Chris, a good look around the deserted streets of our beloved Cebu from afar here in New Zealand. Great easy listening music accompanying your drive around. God bless all Cebuano’s including the many expat residents there from the many countries
    around the world. From locked down New Zealand, where even if you just clear your throat, people look suspiciously at you, LOL.

  6. Am here for the background muzique. So relaxing. Thanks, Chris. Good job as always. It’s hard to believe that you’re still filming with your old Sony Experia phone. With that assortment of EQ passes you cannot but be safe. I envy you.

  7. Hi Chris, excellent video and music. This reminds me so much of my time there and the walks I took along these very streets and areas. Really nice memories

    1. @King New Jersey If that’s how you assess the situation in your country, then explain to me why cases in the USA rises faster and faster everyday, now at 189,500. As of this writing, it has already surpassed China in the number of death toll with over 4,000 deaths already as against China’s 3,300. If there is a single or two countries other countries in the world should learn from in fighting against the virus are China and South Korea. These two countries are the ones who got the first cases but look, they managed to contain it remarkably and able to stem down the number of cases and keep the death toll low.

    2. ​@King New Jersey That’s wishful thinking. Other countries will follow and learn from US? Really? What significant thing did the US do in its fight against the virus? Don’t you know that your country right now has logged the fastest rate of Covid cases in the world on a daily basis now reaching 188,000, twice as many as China’s 81,000 as of this writing? Its death toll is also growing by the hundreds daily and it will soon surpass China as well. The USA is already the epicenter of the Covid-19 with more cases than any other country. It has long overtaken China, Spain and Italy for the number of cases. It has surpassed Iran and China yesterday for the number of deaths as well and is poised to overtake Spain and Italy in a few days. Please explain why other countries will follow US?:-)

    3. @Chris in Cebu Na I think a lot of countries will follow the CDC and the US. Remember Trump wanted to open up on Easter Sunday and I his CDC staff said “NO way” We have have give 30 days. The virus rate will go down by the 15th. The CDC just has to control the peak of this and then down curve and they started to using that Curnine vaccine. 97% effective in case studies…

    1. That’s not possible to know for sure because property is not an essential business to be allowed to operate in this quarantine period. Thus, there’s no office for all real estate agent and property developers. That being said, the property developers have no point adjusting the price right now because there’s nobody to sell to because it’s not possible to meet with the clients to do the transaction as they don’t have office. All hotels and other types of accommodations right now are barred from getting new bookings until further notice.

    1. I agree that cebuanos are more discipline than manila makikita naman…. At ka pag mapag sabihan nang president lalong tumitigas ang mga ulo kaya tuloy na stress lalo si tatay D. good job cebuanos πŸ‘πŸ’–

  8. Hi..cris
    So cool and quiet
    I hope when everything back normal
    Looking forward to every community to maintain cleanliness.
    Stay safe.
    Here in California so much worse

    1. Hmmpp nomore traffic i would love to played a ghost in here in πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£

  9. Hey big C playing that swanky jazz never knew you liked jazz i figured you for a GUNS AND ROSES fan . I see you went by the Gaisono mall that was on your left side. how did you go all that way. hope you and your family are all ok stay safe boog

    1. We were all over the city that day, it was nice driving around without being stuck in traffic for hours at a time. I hope all is well over by you, stay safe Boog πŸ‘

  10. What are you doing making d rounds of a quarentine area such as Cebu, I assumed you have a pass ur lucky ur not apprehended,
    Pls. stay safe from d virus you may
    never know if you catch it outside.

  11. i spoke too soon until I saw ur passes & ur safety face mask,&
    0face shield well thats a good boy.
    Im just concern for ur safety so that we wud like to see more of ur vlogs do we?

  12. Like this Chris and the music great with it. Meant to always ask you Chris, What is the speed limit there and avg speed? Also l catch yr streams after because of my job and l really pray for you and yrs and all the streaming viewers. Good people, although Low Roller is a little out there haha. Take care Bro.

    1. Hi Mark, glad you enjoyed the video. The general speed limit in the Philippines isΒ 60 km/h on most highways and 100 km/h is the maximum on most expressways. Take care man and stay safe πŸ™‚

  13. Beautiful background and it looks very serene compare to when we were there few months ago. Nice job! I like it. Keep up the great work! Another way of looking at Cebu. Be safe too from a Cebuana in New York!

  14. Thank You very much chris in Cebu sama namo mga Seniors nga 24 hrs curfew di pa mi kadali dali ug suroy bisan joy riding na lng. Naka contribute gyod ka sa pagwagtang sa kalaay nagpoyo ra ug balay for more than a month na gyod.

  15. Hallo! Chris pa shout out nman jan watching from Bodensee Germany dagahan salamat sa video kanus-a diay matapos ang lockdown sa cebu city keep safe mga kababayan labi na jud sa ako mga kapamilya from Daanbantayan sa Pinas God bls! sana matapos nato Sr.Sto.Niño tabangi kami with your miracle mawala na ang sakit na Covid19 naka pirwesyo sa tanan katawhan sa panginabuhi😒😒😒

  16. i am relieved from the scene i saw assuming a lockdown to hear from japan i think its mininal to see in this vids but living for sometimes yrs ago thinking it has changed a lot …but thanks anyway

  17. Hey Chris what’s up how’s Cebu City today? Since March 17 I’ve never came out anyway stay safe dude πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

    1. All is well over here RuJa,Su been staying inside most of the time but it could always be worse so I’m not gonna complain too much. Take care and stay safe. πŸ‘

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