First Visit to Mambukal Hot Sulphur Springs Resort, Koronadal City before the Covid-19 lockdown

Before the Covid-19 lockdown started in Mindanao Region in Philippines, we had an opportunity to visit Mambukal Hot Sulphur Spring Resort in Koronadal City South Cotabato. We went there to celebrate Joel's birthday. This was our first visit there  and we only spent a night thinking we'd be back again in the next week or so. So glad we were able to visit but so sad we weren't able to go back again due to Corona Virus Pandemic.  How to get there? The road going to Mambukal Resort is partly rough road and the road gets narrower the closer we get to the resort. The resort is not that far from the city but it feels like I'm in the jungle. Nice and secluded place with lots of greenery.  From the main road of Banga-Koronadal City Road (Coming From Surallah) it was about 5 miles to get there.  Using Bautista G. Hubero Sr. Road we basically just follow the small signs on the road. Also using Google Maps helps too. Here's the Address: Mambukal Hot Sulphur Spring Resort , Ba

RV Life Easy Cooking: Fish Paksiw

Living in an RV with limited space can be challenging. We can only buy so much for our kitchen so we have to use whatever is available for cooking.  So for my fish paksiw recipe, here is what I've used. Ingredients:  Golden Pompano Fish -  I used 2 fish Red onions - it's what I have, I used 1 whole  Garlic - thinly sliced and used a bunch  Ginger - Julian sliced  Bay Leaves - I used 2 Chili Pepper  - this is optional Vinegar - I ran out of regular vinegar so I've used apple cider instead  Olive Oil Whole peppercorn - I don't really like it but I add it anyway Salt - I used Johnny's seasoning salt Water - I used less than a cup Here are the ingredients I used Procedure Arrange in layer half of the ingredients: onions, garlic, ginger, chili pepper, bay leaf, peppercorn, and sprinkle salt 2.  Add fish 3. Add the rest of the ingredients on top of the fish.  4. Add olive oil. 5 . Add water 6 . And add 1 cup of vinegar 7. Cover and cook it in medium heat until i

RV Life Easy Cooking: Pinakbit or Pakbit

We had an opportunity to stop at Seafood City in Tukwila, Washington. I took advantage of the opportunity and bought some fresh vegetables for cooking Pinakbit or pakbit. I miss eating pinakbit since I'm living in an RV full time, a home away from home, I got to do what I have to do (means I have to cook it myself) No friends and no family who can cook it for me. Anyway, I have the all the ingredients needed so I gave it a try and oh it turned out great (in my opinion). The ingredients:  Garlic, Ginger, Onions Meat (I used pork) Squash, Long Beans, Eggplant, Better Melon (Ampalaya), Okra Optional: Sauteed Shrimp Past or Ginisang bagoong 1. First I brown the  meat 2. heat the oil and add garlic, ginger, and onions 3. Add the meat 4. Then add squash and a little bit of water to cook and cook it for few minutes 5. Add the long beans and cook it for about 2 minutes or so 6. Then add the rest of the ingredients.  7. Optional: when vegetables are about to cook,  I add shrimp paste 8. Don

Toad River Lodge and RV Park

Toad River Lodge and RV park is about 647 kilometer from Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada. We stopped there for a night on our way to Alaska. This place is known for world famous hat collection. Although, I didn't get to go inside the office/store/restaurant to take a picture of the hats due to covid-19 pandemic. Following the rules of staying away and isolating while driving through Canada. Toad River Lodge are open year round. They have restaurant, gift shop, lodge with motel, cabins, laundromat, WiFi, satellite TV, gas, diesel, propane, tire repair, pull-thru site with full hookups, free firewood, greyhound bus, post office, and the spectacular views of the Reflection lake and mountains behind it. We enjoyed our one night stay and we love the place and definitely will be stopping by again if or when  we drive through Alaska hwy again.  Birds house with birds on them are all around the park and it's so cool to watch them I wish the swan was closer but still is a beautif



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