How is that even possible? It’s not everyday you see, hear or eat a boiling hot dessert. These type of desserts do exist, albeit rarely. There is one such dessert in a small city in Iligan, in Northern Mindanao. Papa Jim’s Sizzlin‘, a small and new restaurant in Iligan is offering a unique dessert calledRead More
Although the rain volume during the Low Pressure Area (LPA) last Monday January 16 was nowhere near Sendong’s. There are still a few isolated flooding especially in low-lying areas, such as in the photo below. I had a little chat with this woman in the picture. “What happened to this house during Sendong?” I asked.Read More
I was in Iligan City when Typhoon Sendong (international name: Washi) happened in December 17, 2011. Although, me and my family were not directly affected by the typhoon, we were about 5 to 8 kilometers away from the center of devastation. The heavy rain started the night before, December 16. The deadly flood were alreadyRead More
Beauty motivates and inspires us. Admit it, what we see around us affect us one way or another. The beautiful landscapes and of course, the beauty of our love ones would motivate us to do positive things and inspire us to be better of what we are already good at. Every time I and myRead More
This is a post of an Iligan-based blogger and nature enthusiast Jeffrey Wong. Below are his write-up. To make things clear first, we didn’t climb Mount Agad-agad, it’s some Luinab mountain, which at the peak of it can be seen the highest mountain in Iligan. Since my residence is in Tominobo, I had to wakeRead More
When I was walking along the beach, I chanced upon these two happy kids. I enjoy watching them, it makes remember when I used to do exactly what they were doing.
A two-tiered waterfall located in Sitio Limunsudan, Barangay Rogongon, Iligan City. Height: 870 feet (265.176 meters; 290 yards) Location: 55 kilometers away from Iligan City proper How to get there: 1. Through Cagayan de Oro City, then Talakag, then to Barangay Pigcutin. This is the quickestRead More