Away from the standard karting circuit, Bokod in Benguet provides a worthwhile diversion for the karting aficionado while riding on a rough road and stunning mountain backdrops.
Ambuklao Dam, a beautiful monstrosity?Categories Places
From a distance, Ambuklao Dam in Bokod, Benguet looks like a mirage. An apparition amidst the ruggedness of this part of the Cordillera. But it’s thunderous waters crashing below the dam’s gates nudges you back to reality.
The beautiful Capitol of Lingayen in Pangasinan, built in 1918 during the American colonial period, is an outstanding piece of neoclassic state architecture that has survived the ravages of World War II.
Bamboo + malagkit + gata = binungeyCategories Food
Binungey or binongey is a rice delicacy in Pangasinan which is malagkit (sticky rice) soaked in coconut extract and steamed in bamboo over fire. It comes from the Pangalatok word nungey, meaning, cooked in bamboo. A unique take that got my interest.
The Hundred Islands in PangasinanCategories Places
The Hundred Islands off Alaminos in Pangasinan is one of the Philippineâ€™s major and famous natural attractions that is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists each year.