Weather permitting, I should be in Bislig, visiting the Tinuy-an falls next week. Actually, come hell or high water I will be visiting that place. Since I cannot afford to Nigara Falls in Canada, I will have to content myself with the local version. The good thing is, it’s not very touristy, something that we can thank to the stigma of Mindanao and the slow pace of progress in the area.
Again, this place is in Surigao Del Sur. I am so loving that province these days. Apart from the hidden treasures that few Filipinos have so far enjoyed, it’s actually very near my province which makes it doubly wonderful.
I am also thinking of visiting the waves of Siargao, that is if I still have my wits, and my finances. Knowing that I’ll be going with my elves again, things are bound to get crazy, food wise. This time around, I hope to be able to taste something exotic from that province. Fresh seafood can be had everywhere. I want something that’s strange sounding and totally unique to the area like a grilled dragon or crocodile soup. Hmm.. I wonder if they have those.
Oh well, enough with the foodie thoughts.
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