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Right after visiting Doot Poktoy Surfing beach and Marine Park Sanctuary, he was taken by his friends to Lanuza's recommended halo-halo joint: Friz Halo-halo.
What makes this different (in its own right) from other halo-halo concoctions is the actual number of ingredients used to make it: Nata de coco, cornflakes, papaya, pineapple, corn, gelatin, macapuno, kaong, mango, beans and probably others that Tutubi wasn't able to spot. And it's located at an unassuming corner in Lanuza, Surigao del Sur.
Price: PhP65.00 (yeah, pricey due to lots of ingredients but creamy and great snack).
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