This is my last post from our trip to Aloguinsan in early March (but of course, this does not mean my last trip to Aloguinsan). After enjoying the scrumptious lunch of humba (stewed pork), utang monggos (mung bean soup), and a bottle of cold Coke at Bojo River, we decided to check out The Farmhouse in Aloguinsan, a small farm practicing organic farming, located along the highway.
I am always interested in organic farming so I want to see how other people are doing it. Unfortunately, we got there on lunch time, and the place was empty except for a man having his siesta. I had to disturb his sleep and ask him about the place. He was still groggy and all he said was “wala, Ma’am.” And I said, “okay,” and left. Maybe I’ll come back next time.
This canopy of vegetables upon the entrance reminded me of Racso’s Park in Guimbal, Iloilo. You can book tours for Bojo River, The Farmhouse and other sites in Aloguinsan at EcotourAloguinsan.com