Revisiting Sagay

November 30, 2009 at 7:16 pm | Posted in All, Philippines, Sagay, Travel | 1 Comment

Recently, I had the opportunity to go back to Sagay to visit my family. It was just a quick visit as I can not have a longer leave from work. We originally planned to travel to Singapore and Thailand but I changed my mind and went back to the Philippines instead.

I stayed in Sagay for only a few days and sadly, I didn’t have the chance to see the improvements of the whole city. The old market is now improved and is called Sagay Market Mall, if my memory serves me right. There is a Lopue’s Value Store just a short walk from the new public market.

I checked out the new Villa Salvacion subdivision and inquired of their house prices. I like the location of Villa Salvacion as it is not far from the market, bus terminal and everything else.

The only chance I had was a quick stroll to the city plaza where the steam train Siete is on display. I took a few shots but as it was dark (at night), the pictures didn’t really turn out well, as shown.


Siete - on display at Sagay City Plaza. the boy is my nephew, J-Boy

I am hoping to go back again in 2011 to attend another SNHS Grand Alumni Homecoming. It will be our 25 years HS graduation anniversary so this will be a big year for our batch, 86.

I will try and take a longer vacation next time so I can explore and appreciate again this beautiful hometown of mine.

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  1. Looks like I’m not the only one who hasn’t been updating a blog…

    Anyway, just visiting the people listed on my Gravatar Commenters Wall and saying hello! Belated Happy New! 🙂 Hope you are well.

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