Galeón Andalucía Sevilla in Cebu City Sea Port

After stopping at the Fort San Pedro, I and my classmate, Jay, intentionally went to the port in Malacañang sa Sugbo to have personally eyed on the Galeón Andalucía Sevilla which docked at the Cebu City Pier 1 on October 13.

The front view of the Galeón Andalucía under the heat of the sun.


The closer and more focused shot.


One of the canyons of the Galeón Andalucía.


One of the pirates’ butt! LOL!


The smiling pirates.

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