Yes, it’s illegal.
But the wild boar, also called baboy damo or baboy sulop is a thriving business.
This meat shop is located near Metrobank and Gaisano Mall.
The chopped sulop meat is prepared to be sold.
This practice should be stopped, but the teeth of our law has cavities.
There’s a new eatery that serve that not only serve halang-halang, but also bulalo, silog meals and lechon manok.
Their halang-halang tastes good. This could give the halang-halang at wet market a run for their money. Competition is good.
The name Bugsy is named after the owner’s youngest daughter.
Their soups are good, and paklay too. Prepare 100 pesos per person when eating here.
The place is still new, I’m not sure if they could accommodate more customers during a rainy day.
I bought this camote in front of MSU-IIT, specifically at the crossing going to St. Mary. Then headed off to McDonald’s for my drink, a pineapple juice.
It was my first to dine at Delecta’s latest outlet in Iligan located at The Strip in Pala-o.
The space that Delecta occupies now used to be Silvestro’s.
The interiors looks intimidating for people who’s not into fine dining.
Why I Love it!
I’m always a fan of Delecta’s burger patties. I blogged about their burger steak back in 2012. It should be one of the best in the Philippines.
I love the burger bun, it’s made with wheat. So it justifies the P140 price, and of course the ambiance of the restaurant.
I checked the patty to make sure it was not fried. Okay, it seemed not oily. The taste is of course is so delicious.
Why I hate it.
My hatred is probably just a minor issue, but still it needs to be corrected. Aside from it being too thin, the patty easily crumbles after I sliced with the knife.
Nevertheless, I went home really full, as in full gyud kaayo. Wala nako nikaon pagkagabii.
The wire going to our house stopped giving us the electrical power. My father called the ILPI customer service, and in 30 to 60 minutes, the technical team arrived.
Good job ILPI (Iligan Light and Power Incorporated).
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 quickest route.
– If you don’t have a private vehicle, you must prepare 500 pesos for habal-habal (motorcycle transportation), that’s already two-way.
– If you have your own transportation, use a 4×4 or a 6×6 all-terrain vehicle.
2. Through Iligan City, then to Digkilaan, then Barangay Rogongon, would take so long because of the inaccessible road for vehicles. One must walk getting there, and it would take days.
It’s a one adventurous bumpy ride of a lifetime.
Before going to the three falls (Mimbalut, Tinago and Maria Cristina falls) with out of town friends, we make sure to be full, so we decided to eat at Jollibee Tubod.
Seriously, Jollibee breakfast meals are my favorite, more than McDo or other big fast foods.
And of course, corned beef is my favorite Breakfastjoys meal at Jollibee, the sausage and longganisa too.
How to get here?
1. If you’re from the east side (Poblacion, Tibanga etc), simply ride Tubod, Buruun, Suarez and Timinobo bound jeepneys.
2. If you’re from the west side (Tominobo, Fuentes, Suarez etc), take a jeepney from Fuentes, Buruun, Suarez, Tominobo, they will surely pass by Jollibee Tubod.
This was shot in March 14, 2014.
While waiting for a jeepney going home, I chanced upon this admirable conductor for jeepney bound for Buruun.
Maayo ning bataa, dili tapulan. Maningkamot gyud maski amputee, dapat inpiration ni sya sa uban.