Sinamak (Spiced Vinegar)

Filipinos love to eat inihaw, sinugba, roasted, grilled, or barbecued dishes with dipping sauce or sawsawan. Sinamak is Iloilo’s version of spiced vinegar. It has an appetizing aroma from the zest of several spices that were combined and soaked in vinegar. Some Filipino dishes are more appetizing when paired with Sinamak, here are some them:… Continue reading Sinamak (Spiced Vinegar)

A Peek Into Our Mt. Pico De Loro Day Hike

Where to start? Where to start? I really don’t know where to start. I am still stunned and captured by the astonishing view up way there at Mt. Palay-Palay which is famous for its name Mt. Pico De Loro. It is my first hike actually. Well, let’s know some Mountain Facts first. Mt. Pico De Loro Facts… Continue reading A Peek Into Our Mt. Pico De Loro Day Hike

Windmills of the South

I never thought that I could see a wind farm without going to Bangui, Ilocos Norte. SURPRISE! Pilillia Rizal now inherits the same kind of windmills in Bangui. The company which established the Bangui wind farm also operates the Pilillia wind farm. Pililla Windmills is on top of the hills with a scenic view of Laguna… Continue reading Windmills of the South