Lanao del Norte | Land of Beauty and Bounty (places to visit)

I have lived almost half of my life in Iligan City and we have been crossing Lanao del Norte ever since I was born. My dad is from Misamis Occidental and my mom is from Misamis Oriental. We live in Marawi City and then Iligan City. Lanao is always a beauty. Before we reach MisOc we pass by Lanao del Norte municipalities and haven't really visited and discovered secrets and beauty in each of the Municipalities.

Many groups attempted to conquer Lanao del Norte and it's municipalities because of its beauty. Good governance plays a big role. As far as I can remember since the Dimaporo's governed the Province, there's peace and order in place and recognizable developments. Lanao del Norte, I mean Mindanao as a whole has been suffering from this stigma of peace and order issues ever since. The recent siege in Marawi (although it's in Lanao del Sur) greatly affected the entire Mindanao most especially Lanao del Norte.

My recent visit was amazing, and I honestly didn'…

Tangub City | Christmas 2018

Tangub City is known for their Christmas light symbols. And we have been visiting it in almost every year. This time is quite different because we have a clan with us and instead of traveling in a barge, they chose to do land trip which is really quite far and time-consuming. But none the less we enjoyed our time there.

The lights display this year is different. It's not as grandiose compared to the previous years. They have fewer participants and lesser crowd this year.

These are few decent shots I got during the visit. After the fireworks display, we head back to Iligan City via Aurora in the middle of the night. It was a risky decision on our part. We were not able to catch the last trip of the barge in Ozamiz. We decided to go back to Tangub City and land trip to Iligan City. 
I do not recommend this route at all. Since the road is so dark and you'll be passing by inhabited roads. In case of emergency, no one can see you and help you out immediately. 

Two Nights Staycation at City of Dreams

We were booked at the City of Dreams Manila Nobu Hotel for 2 nights and 3 days staycation treat.

Arrived from Laguindingan to NAIA 2 via Philippine Airlines. The City of Dreams Manila is just 10-15 minutes away from the NAIA airport in Pasay City. It is located along the Roxas Boulevard of ParaƱaque City.

The Room :

We were accommodated in a Standard Room with 2 double beds that can accommodate a max of 4 people in a room. 

Getting there on commute;Option 1: Ride a Taxi from the NAIA Terminal to Nobu Hotel City of Dreams
Option 2: Book a private car using Grab a Car. Fees can range from 150 pesos to 350 pesos during peak hours (surge hours). Things that you can do while checked-in at Nobu Hotel City of Dreams Manila.1. Swim at the pool

2. Dine at the restaurants

3. Shop til you drop

4. Play at the Casino

5. With kids? Play at Dream Play

6. Check out "The Garage"

7. Do Banking TransactionsThe City of Dreams has Banco De Oro and Metrobank inside to cater your banking needs. 
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