Are we going up or going down?
The Yellow Cab Pizza”s lunch box – slice of pizza, alfredo pasta and chicken wings less than $5.
“Riders In A Storm” (below)
The outdoor Children’s Playground…what parent would not love this?It’s not often you will find this traveler writing about a shopping mall, but in the Philippines malls are the center of attraction for both visitors and locals alike. On the elongated island of Cebu, and in the country’s second most populated city, Cebu City hosts several shopping malls. However, Ayala Mall and its landscaped terraces in the upscale neighborhood of IT Park, Cebu City warrants a visit.
Great restaurants, indoor and outdoor bars, fast food, slow food, movie theaters, grocery store, retail stores of shoes, purses, women’s clothing, mens clothing, watches, an attached Marriot hotel and even a enormous children’s playground. Built on 6 levels (above/below ground) and outdoor terraces, I found it a great place to walk, relax and people watch.
Not all Filipinos can afford to shop at a mall, yet all Filipinos love an air-conditioning reprieve, open artistic landscaping, chat with friends and strangers, not to mention their love for snacking.