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Sanchez Mira's suman sa lihiya at latik

This is the last of my Cagayan series. I’ve blogged about this suman paradise in Sanchez Mira before. On our way home, I bought eighty pesos worth of suman sa lihiya at latik at Rowena’s Bakeshop, practically a hole in the wall for travelers or tourists. 96 more words

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Nagsisiiman/Nagtutulagan

I first mentioned about this in a post I made way back in April, 2009 on the ruins of Cagayan’s first ever church:

While I was doing the series on Sanchez Mira early this year, scouring the web for any information about the place already available at the time, I came upon a website (

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Balik-SM Building Pasalubong Center (Sanchez Mira) - An Update

The hut that used to house Miss Nanang’s eatery is not going to be demolished after all, instead, it was just modified and is now being used as a fire station. 100 more words

Sanchez Mira

Ruins of Cagayan's First Church

While I was doing the series on Sanchez Mira early this year, scouring the web for any information about the place already available at the time, I came upon a website ( 1,402 more words

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The Sanchez Mira Interaction Group (SMIG)

SMIG stands for Sanchez Mira Interaction Group, a volunteer group officially formed on August 8, 2008 with the commitment to provide a helping hand to anyone who may need it. 48 more words

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