Lagalag: Borongan, The Capital of the East

Long ago, the people of Borongan is called Ibabao. The province later on became Pueblo. Welcome to the sentinel city of Borongan!

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Pacific Ocean

It takes 4 to 5 hours of travel traversing from Tacloban City to Borongan. The city has its unique charm that everybody will soon appreciate once they set foot on this mid-coastal province.

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  One thing I will never forget here is the buko halo. At first, I thought it was something that is exotic cuisine of Borongan. But I was totally wrong! Its their very own version of Halo-Halo.

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The Cathedral of Borongan (Our Lady of Nativity) is nested at the heart of the city.

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There is no Jollibee, Mcdonalds, KFC nor Mang Inasal in the area. One is famed for its inasal is Chickenitos.

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There is a famous beach resort in the are called Rawis and it was allegedly owned by Mr. Boy Abunda. There is a private airport in Borongan and the air fare was too pricey.

One thought on “Lagalag: Borongan, The Capital of the East

  1. I am in Oahu on vacation.

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    From:”Arvin Valencia” Date:Wed, May 27, 2015 at 21:21 Subject:[New post] Lagalag: Borongan, The Capital of the East

    arvinvalencia posted: “Long ago, the people of Borongan is called Ibabao. The province later on became Pueblo. Welcome to the sentinel city of Borongan! It takes 4 to 5 hours of travel traversing from Tacloban City to Borongan. The city has its unique charm that everybody “

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