Also part of our Cebu City tour was a visit to one of Philippines' oldest surviving residential structures — the Yap Sandiego Ancestral House.
Built in the late 17th century, the current owners now are the 8th generation Yap-Sandiego Clan. Below are some of the many Sto. Niño images I found in the house.
The house is open to the public everyday from 9am to 6pm. Antiques owned by the family are displayed in every corner of the house.
Upstairs are more antiques...
lakas maka-shake rattle n roll
Found on the second level is the master's bedroom. According to the guide, the owners stay here during weekends which explains why there is an air conditioner and fridge. No offense to the owners but I wouldn't spend the night here.
I can't remember seeing the man at my back when we were there. But anyway, I didn't feel anything when I saw this photo so I guess he's not a ghost. Hehe.
Before leaving, we also checked out the garden which has a wising well.
I got bored on this part of the tour. Great to see part of history but there's nothing much in there. Maybe because I was already itching to buy pasalubong or I'm really not into antiques.