During my revisit at the Oslob church, I was surprised that the unfinished cuartel was already cleaned up and light fixtures were already placed for spectacular lighting at night. The place looked good and the local government unit is really seeing the value of this structure to local tourism as well as heritage consciousness.
However, there seems to be some overlooked, though minor, thing: pink marble slabs used in place of coral stones where the latter has been pried off.
To the casual observer, this might be negligible but for keen eyes, the pink marble slabs is quite incongruous to the overall look. In the first place, why use these type of material when there are readily available cut coral stones sold commercially? Will this be corrected?