Some local news is curated - Original might have been posted at a different date/ time! Click the source link for details.

Osmena Blvd in Cebu City, Philippines – Cebu Video



What started as a quick stroll down Osmena Blvd in Cebu City ended up being an afternoon trek through the City! Join me and let me show you the sites!

Osmena Blvd in Cebu City is home to many shops and business that host many goods and services to locals and tourists a like.

Adventures of Johnny Warrior is a channel dedicated to bringing you a snapshot in the life of a Wounded Warrior and the process of recovery, change, and moving forward in life.

“I am not a label, but rather a force to be reckoned with”.
– Johnny Warrior

Keywords
Expat
Travel
Military
Retired
Disabled
Veteran
Scuba
Diving
Freediving
Snorkeling
Spearfishing
Hiking
Camping
Trekking
Canyoneering
Mountaineering
Outdoors
Philippines
PTSD
Anxiety
Depression
Adventure
Beach

source

Some local news is curated - Original might have been posted at a different date/ time! Click the source link for details.

24 Comments - Write a Comment

  1. Hey bro about the jeepnys there is a vlogger in iloilo Tito Tim a few days ago he also done a video about the jeepny strike in iloilo, the protests in cebu maybe related to the issues there not sure but worth a look at that vid explains alot.

    Reply
  2. mark out of ten only joking

    Reply
  3. they're not trying to face them out. they want everything to eventually be Electric. so the drivers are protesting

    Reply
  4. manila it gone up to 10 in manila

    Reply
  5. I Think Manila, Cebu and other major cities are fazing out the Jeepneys for more public buses, more trains. The Philippines are trying to run it's own public transit in the cities. This will grow the tax and grow the intro-structure of Cebu
    Which is a good thing?

    Reply
  6. LOL before you said Chris's name I thought Chris was about 4 minutes from there. would have been funny if you bumped into each other

    Reply
  7. 3:28 yeah, just take the jeepney route 14D !!!!!!!!!!!1

    Reply
  8. I know that area well that's a long hot walk

    Reply
  9. I got my information from watching Ned this morning video. I have no idea you Chris live that close

    Reply
  10. If you haven't gone to Larsian BBQ, you have to go….. Go at night… It is right there near Osmena circle…. I think in Sentai 7's vid about it, I saw free kimchee at one of the booths there….

    Reply
  11. I noticed 00.40 secs Girl in red top checks out Jonnies Behind, mate she was cute also lolol just saying haha.

    Reply
  12. Can you being 6'4" even fit in a jeepney? 😂

    Reply
  13. The information i read online said that they are looking at pulling of the road jeepneys over 15 yrs old as the have a lot of safety issues. To be honest if you read a local paper you would of had this information.

    Reply
  14. They are not trying to get rid of jeepneys. The proposal is to get rid of jeepneys (for commercial use) that are 15 years old or older. I don't agree with other parts of the proposal that says the jeepney owners need to have 7 million pesos in liquid assets and they have to own a certain numbers of jeepneys. That will push out a guy that is able to afford one newer jeepney.
    Yes, I have done the Crown Regency sky adventure twice. It' great. The skywalk and roller coaster are not that scary. The zip line will get your nerves going just before you start. After you go, it's cool.

    Reply
  15. Johnny…Actually, phasing out the PUJ from the streets and replacing them with modern bus system doesn't make public transportation not affordable. The BRT system will be operated by the local government and the fare calculation will still be the same as the existing fare calculation used for PUJs. That being said, the general public has nothing to worry about when this inefficient PUJ transport is thrown out to the pit.

    The PUJ operator-initiated protest has been a major headache not only to the local government but to us, the commuting public. If you ask us, Cebu residents, majority of us would surely prefer the bus system not only because it would be comfortable but because these operators have long gotten on our nerves for years with the transport strikes that they made every time they have issues against the government policy regarding their business. They punish the public, being the collateral damage, who obviously has not done anything wrong to their plight but the government agency concerned. Imagine the hassle suffered by workers and students and even businesses when public transportation cease operation. We are mad and certainly these operators don't feel how the public feel.

    Reply
  16. Hi Johnny, with your PSTD it is another layer of stress you have to deal with when there are large crowds.

    Its good to see you chilled out and chilling out 😉

    Reply
  17. I don't want to see the jeepnes go. My wife ( at the time girl friend) used them to move, and I've used them to pull my car to the shop after a timing belt broke. Also the idea of affordable transport for the poor concerns me.

    Reply
  18. Of course they're not phasing out jeepneys without an alternative.
    They're choking the roads with their stopping anywhere, anytime indefinitely. They need to go if the Philippines wants to progress.
    Other countries do just fine without that abomination.

    Another subject…

    Fun fact: Osmeña used to be called Jones Avenue. Most locals there still call it by that name.

    Reply
  19. Should really check out the roller coaster thing on the top of the hotel, it's been on my list but as I read the rules they said no videotaping or picture taking so I didn't go. Don't know is this true.

    Reply
  20. Mr warrior, please take the hobo under your wing. you can both help each other. Please reach out to pv the hobo.
    He's living in the quezon city slum on 100 a month take him in.

    Reply
  21. I really like your walkabout vids.

    Reply
  22. Is is worth it to own a scooter in Cebu?

    Reply
  23. I was there in Cebu last year and I went to that attraction and it was awesome. I will definitely be back to the Philippines really soon.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Let others know about this!

Thank you for sharing :)

Send this to friend