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A Walk and the Seafood Munch in Baybay, Roxas City, Capiz

A Walk and the Seafood Munch in Baybay, Roxas City, Capiz

Roxas City in the Province of Capiz is nicknamed as the Seafood Capital of the Philippines.

I never thought that I would change my plan in my very last minute in Boracay. Thus, instead of paying for another night of stay at Frendz Resort, I headed to Cagban Jetty Port and boarded a pumpboat to Caticlan. From Caticlan, I took an Iloilo-bound Ceres bus and paid a route to Sigma. From Sigma bus stop, I took another bus to Roxas City. Using a not-so-reliable mobile internet, I searched for interesting places in Roxas City and found Santa Monica Church, a 3-century old church in the neighboring town and Baybay, a place where you can taste the city’s best seafood.

I arrived earlier so I headed to the town of Panay first to check San Monica Church, which houses Asia largest church bell. When I returned to the city proper, I took a short walk in the downtown and visited some interesting historical places such as the Panubli-on or the Roxas City Museum, the Immaculate Conception Cathedral, the birthplace of the late President Manuel Roxas, and many more.

When I noticed that it was almost sunset, I rode a tricycle to the People’s Park in Baybay.

Baybay beach, Roxas City

Baybay beach, Roxas City

The sky was shaded with gray clouds, the sea was tuned with the music of the small waves breaking, and the beach was fairly busy serving the patrons swimming, wading, and picnicking. The sun is setting but that didn’t stop the locals from their water activities.

Only the elevated concrete platform separates the People’s Park from the beach and the people from both sides were all busy on their respective bustles.

Baybay People's Park

Baybay People’s Park

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Located inside the People’s Park is the Seafood center. You can order fresh seafood and have them cooked while you wait. I ordered grilled marlin, clam stew, and pork barbecue at Bebing’s. I also added my favorite mango shake in the bill.

Bebings Seafoods

Bebings Seafoods

While waiting for my order, the sky illuminated into a beautiful orange canvas. It was so magnificent that I could’t hold my camera down and had my shutter rest.

One Sunday afternoon in Baybay, Roxas City, Province of Capiz

One Sunday afternoon in Baybay, Roxas City, Province of Capiz

After this startling scenery was an awesome dinner, an unforgettable seafood munch ever.

It was already dark when I finished my meal, so after a short rest, I headed to the city proper and took night photos of the downtown.

Baybay Seafood Center

Baybay Seafood Center



 
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