Ah, waterfalls and Mindanao has lots and lots of it! But did you know that there are a few very accessible waterfalls around the island and it’s island provinces? So accessible that you can just drive, park by the roadside and already see this wonder of nature. This is perfect for the lazy traveler who doesn’t want the steep ascent and descent just to see one! 1 Aliwagwag Falls It’s considered the longest waterfall in the country and with the most number of levels! Aliwagwag…Continue Reading “Roadside waterfalls around Mindanao for the lazy traveler”

It piqued my interest when I read from Journeying James about the one peso pork barbecue in Pagadian that I decided to see it for myself when I visited over the weekend. Although there was no specific locality indicated except that it’s near Plaza Luz, tricycle drivers know where it is. And when I actually saw it? I laughed. Hahaha Yes, the one peso pork barbecue really exist but darn, it’s just two small pieces, one lean and one of fat skewered with a thin…Continue Reading “One peso pork barbecue. Hahaha”

It was a short but easy trek amidst farmlands (think of rice terraces in Mindanao!) and a small patch of forest when I visited the two waterfalls of Barangay Ditoray in Pagadian City years ago. The first one was smaller while the second is taller, has four levels and just amazing! There was nothing much interesting in the city proper that I decided to explore the waterfalls within the area. A quick search online yielded guides but the once in Ditoray seemed to appeal to…Continue Reading “An amazing multi-level waterfalls in Pagadian!”

It was a trip to Pagadian from Ozamiz many years ago that I got I glimpsed upon Pulacan Falls in Labangan, Zamboanga del Sur. What attracted me to this cascade was that it was just beside a national highway and pretty much accessible. I will really come back for you!, I muttered. It was two years from that promise that me and a friend from Iligan decided to visit Pulacan Falls. But it was out of my radar. I forgot the place and its exact…Continue Reading “Beautiful and accessible Pulacan Falls”