Some foods from Jolo and Bongao


Tiyula Itum



seaweeds (for only Php 5 per serve)

kinilaw (forgot the Tausug name)



patulakan and durol


I fell in love with Jolo and Bongao, and I’m hoping to be back there soon. More so, the people are kind and hospitable. Given an opportunity, I might consider staying there for a long time as a resident and not as a visitor.

About bagoy

This is a personal blog of Bagoy. He lives in a peaceful community of Barangay Banate, province of Sarangani, Philippines. He loves to play POG with his nephews.
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