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
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
Eating delicious Greenwich pizza in the breezy Centennial Park. I love life.
It’s fun and comfortable when you’re with friends or family in a cool park such as Centennial.
How to get there?
If you don’t have a private car, you can ride a Dalipuga or Lugait bound jeepney. Prepare 10 to 13 peso fare per person one way.
Video of sunset but the sun is missing, hiding behind the thick clouds.
Iligan Market Place is probably the current fully running classified ads website solely for Iligan City residents.
It has long been the call for online sellers and buyers for a buy and sell website exclusively for Iligan. Most internet marketplace is Manila based, and also Cebu. Sulit.com.ph and Istorya.net respectively are the two leading sites.
Although, a year ago I setup Iligan.net as a classified ads forum based site, but I had to take it down because of lack of manpower. I also found IliganBuyandSell.com, but it looks it’s broken, underdevelopment it says on the page.
So if you’re looking for an item to buy or sell, or even looking a job, visit IliganMarketPlace.com. It’s easy to submit and registration doesn’t take a minute.
I went to MSU-IIT, primarily to watch and shoot the futsal games in their annual Palakasan.
But I thought taking photos of other sports as well. So here a few of them.
The futsal games.
This kid managed to crossover an opposing player, then passed to the guy waiting for the ball, but failed to hit the net.
The basketball games.
They also have booth competition.
See more photos of MSU-IIT Palakasan here.
My friend went to Orchids Homes, who a few day after typhoon Sendong struck Iligan City, took this photo of Boy Basilio’s dilapidated car.
I could vouch for my friend’s honest reputation, besides he was with another friend who happens to be my friend when he shot this with his phone. He called this friend to check what he just shot.
In my view, it looked like a side view of a woman with long hair, wearing a coloured home dress also known as duster.
So, what do you think?