Cagayan Valley is a new place for me. I haven’t visit this place yet, it makes me mesmerize about those things that they have. There a lot of them to offer and I’m pretty sure for it although this trip is all about work and to be honest I haven’t explore that a lot. But it’s really worth to visit.
So in loved watching the aerial view of Isabela’s rice and corn plantation while I’m in a plane. it’s just so sad that I wasn’t the urge to captured those beautiful view for I’m so focus and amazed to it during that time.
People of Cagayan are generous, caring, polite with so accommodating aura. I’m glad to experienced this when were at the hotel and of-course from the host of the tour themselves they are so, so nice with matching “pasalubong pa”
Wow Ulam at the end of the day, dinner served and my tummy gets so full with these mouth watering and flavorful ulam that Cagayan’s best also.
Got refreshed from the entire day of our tour with this Buko Shake…let me share you the story behind this drink, upon ordering I picked the pineapple drink or shake (I forgot the original name) it’s pineapple something …, I had to choose that drink just to have some new taste or para maiba naman. But when it served I found out that It’s Buko shake not that Pineapple something, i’m amazed ‘why that Pineapple flavor is so weird; creamy!!! But No regrets, its creamy and super flavorful.
Agribusiness Backround for Cagayan Valley
In terms of agriculture Cagayan Vally produces large amount of corn which is corn is their Top crop production as well in the Philippines. Corn is the second most important crop in the country where around 14 million of Filipinos family use white corn as staple food, used for livestock and poultry for feed (yellow corn).
For instance, agribusiness clusters in Cagayan valley, which cater to the entire value chain have improved the region’s corn production from 1.26 million metric tons in 2010 to 1.85 million MT in 2014.- reference from MARID Digest
So, much of PASALUBONG……