Eat Iligan is probably a first in Iligan City. Basically, it’s a food promotional tour, wherein participating restaurants or any type of food shops in the city will offer their food to invited bloggers or&hellip
A two minutes and 30 second video of Iligan native Richard Buhisan of him riding from Canaway to Suarez.
Testing out our new CD-R King dashcamera.
I finally did my own street food challenge! I ate the fried chicken skin for the first time. The street vendor is located just beside St. Michael’s College. Luck is on my side, this chicken&hellip
Finally, visited Tedts Diner’s new outlet at Quezon Avenue, just a few meters from their former main restaurant, literally a stone’s throw away. I’ve been wanting to get inside for weeks since it opened last&hellip
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&hellip
Last December 20, 2015, JCI Iligan Inc. together with three other chapters in Kulintang, Panguil Bay, and JJI Iligan went to Barangay Abuno to give out Christmas gifts to the residents there. But it’s not&hellip
After two months of renovation, Jollibee Gaisano Mall branch will open today. It is now bigger and has a new space beside the cashier counter. This new space would be probably my favorite, I personally&hellip
Hindang Falls is one of the few rarely visited but easily accessible falls in Iligan, although the distance in getting there takes a little longer. Probably about 30 minutes if you start at the crossing&hellip
Born 2015 was a fashion show event for a cause. The proceeds of the tickets will go to the Tominobo High School cheer dance group.