Grilled MilkFish(Bangus): Here’s  How! 

Finally! It’s been a week that I’m  craving for something grilled. Indeed, a mouthwatering experience to finally taste it again. 

Grilled Milkfish | Inihaw na Bangus


  • 1 large milkfish (bangus)
  • 1 large tomato, diced
  • 1 large red onion, diced
  • 1 lemon (or 3 pieces calamansi)
  • 1 tablespoon minced ginger
  • 2 teaspoons salt½ teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 2-3 pcs red chili

Here’s How

  1. Wash the milk fish and remove the intestines and all. 
  2. Rub with salt and seasoning inside and outside the fish. The fish should have an incision in the back area NOT on the belly part. Set aside. 
  3. Combine tomato, onion, and ginger in a large bowl. Squeeze some lemon juice or calamansi juice  and add the ground black pepper.
  4. Stuff the mixture inside the milkfish.Grill the fish in medium heat for about 10 to 12 minutes per side. Optional to use foil or banana leaves  for wrapping  before grilling.
  5. Serve with soy sauce with calamansi juice or salted fish (bagoong) and steamed rice.
  6. Indulge. SHARE. Enjoy 🙂

Try and let me know how did it taste? 


A Lake in the City! 

A scenic view of the Sampaloc Lake and the majestic panorama of Mt. Cristobal

San Pablo City in the Province of Laguna is gifted with surreal natural landscapes. The city is well known as the home of seven lakes.  Yes, the city has a total of seven (7) serene and picturesque  lakes and the one that captures my attention is the Sampaloc Lake, the largest of them all and it’s  the nearest to the city.
The lake is situated just a few steps from the Bonifacio shrine and the city capitol building. 
The best time to visit is in the morning just before sunrise and in the afternoon before sunset. Take a walk, jog or stroll around the  4 kilometers circumference  and it will be a good time for physical activity. 
It is ideal for walking, jogging, biking and even fishing. Indeed it will be a day full of activities and a lot of fun. Please come and visit the place.
The park tends to be crowded  during the afternoon. Nevertheless,  the view is still stunning. 
The LGU has to find ways in maintaining and continuously improving the park while preserving its natural beauty

Indochina is Love

​The majestic  temples in Cambodia, the remnants of Vietnam war in Saigon and the mouthwatering Thai street food in Bangkok are just a few glimpse  of my solo backpacking trip.

Here’s  my 5 day itinerary  for Thailand Vietnam and Cambodia solo backpacking.

Witness the majestic and the vastness of “Angkor Wat”  in Siem Reap, Cambodia-  The largest religious monument in the world!

Back view of Angkor Wat

Visit all other temples like  Angkor Thom, Bayon and Ta Prohm a.k.a Tom Raider’s Temple.

I’ve met a kabayan based in Phnom Penh. She is working as a teacher in Cambodia.

Tour around the most visited spot in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Serves as royal resisende of the King. –  “The Royal Palace”

A sobering and heartbreaking exploration of life in this horrible place.  “Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum”

Independence Monument – One of Cambodia’s famous building.

Wat Phnom – A Buddist temple and is the tallest religious structure  in the city. 

You  can never go wrong with Thai food. 

Hello Vietnam! 

The BEST of South CEBU Philippines

Experience  the breathtaking  beauty of  Cebu in the Philippines. 

Sharing the fun I had with my friends…

✔Oslob whale shark watching/swimming – the best activity in Oslob Cebu

A close encounter with gentle giant!!!

✔Witness the beautiful marine sanctuary of   Pescador Island

✔Conquer your fears at Kawasan Falls and  Canyoneering activities. YOLO ☺

✔Witness the majestic curtain falls of Tumalog Falls in Oslob.

✔Experience the crystal clear waters of Sumilon Island

✔Chasing sea turtles and  experience the hurricane- like formation of sardines in Moalboal Island.

Everything was perfect and perfectly-arranged! 

We just returned from our trip to Cebu and without  Fun Trek Travel & Tours( this trip would be incomplete. Our tour coordinator  and our driver were very friendly, accomodating  and well experienced. Everything was perfect and perfectly-arranged. Indeed  a hassle free  and worry free tour!  We would highly recommend this tour service to anyone visiting the Queen City of the South- Cebu Philippines!

Agno, Pangasinan – There’s No Place Like Home!

Agno is a third class municipality in the province of Pangasinan, Philippines. It is located between Burgos(South)and Bani(North). The name of our town derived from a species of swamp tree called “Agno Casto”, a chaste tree used for medicinal concoctions to relieve pain and illness.
Our town is divided in to seventeen (17) Barangays and home of famous natural wonders and stunning beauty of nature.
Let me take you to my hometown and see  what Agno has to offer.

Sabangan Beach and the famous Umbrella Rocks!
Sunset at it's Best!
Our so called boracay of the west!
One of the cleanest river in Pangasinan!

Mt. Ayaas + Mt Siping Ulang + Payaran Falls

RODRIGUEZ, RIZAL, PHILIPPINES — Our Montalban diaries continues as we conquer the last two mountains of Rodriguez (formerly Montalban). The itinerary was a trilogy dayhike to Mt. Ayaas and Mt. Sipit Ulang (recently opened last July 2, 2015 to the public) and to the seven-layered Payaran Falls.