We lazily spent our afternoon there. We didn't have any other activities anymore. We missed the wet market for the mandatory picture with the giant tuna. The idea of walking in the park that didn't buy us. Museums were closed on a Sunday. Kris had to go to work.
And if we go to Lake Sebu, we needed more time. We were scheduled to fly back to Cebu the next morning already.
Tourism is not the main focus of GenSan. They are more on business. The city is only a gateway to those must-visit-out-of-town-sites.
We headed to our room for the rest of the afternoon. We went to SM to meet Jmari (the one who picked us from the airport) again for dinner. And of course I had to buy a gift for my inaanak.
For dinner, J brought us to Tiongson Arcade. Its a cluster of grilling stations.
It's pick and grill.
or sizzling... tuna belly.
And of course, the star of this trip, Tuna Panga normally costs 400 pesos from where I came from but only 250 pesos in GenSan or they said could be cheaper.