Honestly, I don’t know its official name, so the term Medical Center oval park is just my own words. It’s painful, but feels good at the same time when I walk on these stones.
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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&hellip
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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.&hellip
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&hellip
Armed with M-16 or most popularly known as Armalite, and he’s only a security guard, in a hospital at that.
Although dili gyud virtually safe ang Iligan pag night time, but comparing it to other bigger cities, mas safe gyud ang Iligan. So, I recommend especially women to walk only in well lighted areas. Diha&hellip
Zamora St. is now officially called MARTINIANO ACTUB Street. This street is the location of familiar structures such as Metrobank near Gaisano mall, the Catholic Cathedral (back) and Octagon Computer store. Photo stolen from Iligan Web&hellip
Somehow, the taste of Mr. Beefy has changed. This used to so popular during the 1990s. I guess commercialism has crept into it. I also noticed that a Mr. Beefy outlet near IIT only gets&hellip
There’s really no exact name for this beach, as kids we used to call it Palm Court beach. Sige mi’g kaligo diri sa ako barkada ni adtong 1980s. I was here the other day to&hellip