It’s Hurry Pater! Harry Potter would curiously love to eat here.
This small restaurant serves mainly “pater”, a Maranao (or Middle Eastern?) cuisine. It looks like shredded meat on top of a cup of rice wrapped in banana leaf. Also included is an appetizer called “palapa”, it consists of chili and banana fruit flower.
It was my second time eating here, but I wondered why I was always alone. Maybe because both times were Sunday noon. It’s usually quiet at this time of a Sunday in Iligan.
I ordered a chicken pater. They don’t serve pork here. Because it’s owned by a Muslim.
It’s affordable, 25 pesos only. Softdrinks are not included though, but still affordable.
Hurry Pater is easy to find, in Torralba Street, just very close to Unitop.
Bags Mania is a second hand shop for pre owned signature bags. The store is located in the right part of St. Michael’s College when one is facing the school.
Aside selling bags and other stuff, you can also inquire about wedding and other event management.
Call them 221-0246.
They also sell shoes, belts, decors, antique furnitures, perfumes, and other collectible items.
The newly arrived bag.
They also have a few bags for men.
Yes, they accept credit card payments, both for Mastercard and Visa.
Last February 6 Robinsons have officially taken over the ownership of the lot popularly called by Iliganons as “Mugna” or “Pryce”.
Nanaug dayon ko sa jeepney after I saw that the area where the gardens where located have been cleared off.
At the right is the Mister Beefy burger stand.
The signage tower of Jollibee can be seen from the garden area of the now owned by Robinsons.
One of the members in the clearing operations. Okay Didang boys bitaw ni sila.
I could not help but take a picture of this erring driver who stopped right on the pedestrian lane.
This was in front of United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP).
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Located in De Leon St, just close to San Miguel Cathedral or at the back of Dunkin Donuts.
I love Sy Bee Tin’s garlic bread gyud. Only 13 pesos each, and makes it more yummier!
Available at Jacko’s kan-anan, in Tambo and MSU-IIT canteen.
The Iligan Bloggers were organizing a waterfall tour around the accessible waterfalls in Iligan City last September 18 to 22, 2013. It is officially called Waterfalling Adventure Tour or simply WAT.
The Unilab products below helped our participants including me into revitalizing our physical bodies in the at times grueling day.
There were a lot of walking, running, sliding though accidental, and of course swimming.
The female WATers for sure enjoyed the Asian Secrets and the PH Care. . Personally, I like the Swish and of course Alaxan.
This year’s Waterfalling Adventure Tour is basically the same. The participants and organizers will visit the same falls just like last year. But the side events like the places to eat are new.
The rules are still the same but added a new qualification. In 2012 Waterfalling, it was a “bloggers only” invitation. This year, non bloggers can now join but should be active in social websites such as Facebook, Instgram, Google Plus and so on.
Waterfalling is organized by Iligan Bloggers, Inc primarily as a way to promote Iligan as a “City of Waterfalls”.
This event would not have been successful if not for the partners and sponsors.
Iligan City Government
Red Planet Grillers
Jasmine Spa and Coffee House
Keepsakes Iligan Souvenirs and Crafts
Aruma Coffee Shop
Tedts Diner and Cakes
Iligan Paradise Resort / Mimbalut Falls
Linamon’s Best Buko Pie
Piaya de Iligan
Third Team Media
J Creations – Digital Prints and Advertising
New Horizon Travel and Tours
Bob New York USA
Councilor Frederick Siao
Councilor Michelle Sweet