I am an Iliganon yet, I’ve never been to most food joints in my own city. Thanks to Iligan Bloggers Society for showcasing different good food outlets around Iligan. It gave me an opportunity what places to recommend to friends and visitors. Pop Snack Iligan is my second stop for this week-end appointment. The summer… Continue Reading
During my birthday last month, I went on a birthday trip to Siquijor. Thanks to Alex, for helping me make the trip possible. Iligan City is still 5 hrs away from Dapitan, so we are leaving the night before our journey to Dapitan. Dapitan is our jump off point to Dumaguete en route to Siquijor…. Continue Reading
Dried fish is called “bulad” in our dialect, which means it is being dried in the sun. Drying is one way to preserve the meat of the fish. I think this goes through the process of being dried through the sun and wind. Some are seasoned with salt and some will just have the natural… Continue Reading
While most of the couples were out dating and spending special dinner night with their spouse or partners and kids, we were have class in Managerial accounting. Although we had dinner at Sunburst after class. Nothing significant really happened except that, each customer at the restaurant were given a balloon The red is mine and… Continue Reading
Manila sunset is one of the famous view in the Philippines anyone could capture in a camera or video. That’s my opinion and I am sure many would agree with me. In the many times I’ve been in Manila including the almost one year stay in Pasay, I never had the chance to go to… Continue Reading
I never get tired of the blue sky –Vincent Van Gogh
One of the weddings that I cannot forget simply because I took pictures of them is the wedding of Byrne and Anne. Byrne is a high school classmate of mine and one of the closest to us especially to my sister. Few of us classmates in high school attended his wedding and we were just… Continue Reading
A fiery ball of the sun that Thursday morning – October 31, 2013. past 5 in the morning while we were ferrying from Benoni port of Camiguin Island to Balinguan port in the main land. It was indeed a glorious sight to behold.