The southern town of Dalaguete is among a few places in the country that can claim to have two climates. The lowland barangays of the town are bright and sunny. You can even visit some of the beaches in the lowland barangays of the town. On the other hand, the highland barangays have a cool climate that earned it the title of being the “Summer Capital of Cebu.”
The tostado is an heirloom cookie that has been passed on from one generation to another. Its origins can be traced back to the time of the Spaniards. They may have brought this tasty treat to the island. The word tostado is actually a Spanish word that means “toasted.”
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