If you think that Malaybalay City has nothing to offer when it comes to an outdoor activities. There are some few and one of the good tourist spots that you and your friends could hang-up and have some time to relax. This place is just right at your doorstep and it is located in Can-ayan of Malaybalay City. Yeah, you heard me right. Can-ayan Swimming Pool is just located right in your doorstep. It is located about less than 2 kilometers from the Poblacion proper or the City proper.[ read more here]
The two basic factors of development in a certain place are basically the Progress and Change. The significant indicator of these two factors of Progress and Change are infrastructures. Maramag of Bukidnon Province has these two factors, the Remarkable Progress and the Physical Change. Here are some of the photos of Maramag’s physical change because of its new development that emanated from Progress.
Maramag has its own pace of development right now, where you will notice that this is the only municipality where mass construction of infrastructures have taken in place in the Province. Please read this related story about its development here [....]
Development has two faces of effect, the beneficial and the non-beneficial. One of the major benefits is to address the traffic congestion which is a bottle-neck or a converging zone in this particular area that caused clogging-up and it stands almost an hour before we could finally pass through. The other effect is non-beneficial to all informal settlers who settled along the National Highway who were affected by a connecting node of programme of works, which is the road widening. These affected informal settlers shall be given a “just compensation” as a result of the power of “eminent domain”, and this shall be initiated by the concerned LGU and shall likewise be given a resettlement area as a result of their displacement. Read more here [....]
Puerto of Cagayan de Oro City is the Gateway to Bukidnon where all the agricultural products were disposed to this City due to its proximity to seaports and airport. Likewise, Cagayan de Oro City is the linking economic zone of Bukidnon.
The deck was installed by the DPWH of Bukidnon 3rd District sometime in 1998 and was developed later in early 2000. Providing a rest area in viewing the Mangima Canyon is really offers you a stunning view and short relief. Here you can take a short break, eat your meals or snacks or have some short rest and stretching in the open cottages from a butt-numbing long drive of travel. To read more of the blog, please click the photo below….
According to Irish C. Gonzales, nowadays, condominium buildings are sprouting like mushrooms in many urban areas in Metro Manila.
Big-time property developers offer payment schemes that are almost irresistible to any regular earning individual.
However, upon closer scrutiny, one may find some units too small to live in despite the high price. To read more the full article, just read more here [...]
THE ZIPLINE EXPERIENCE!
By Berna: Bukidnonland Writer/Contributor
The first time I learned about Dahilayan Adventure Park, the longest dual zipline in Asia, was in a national broadsheet. The picture of someone hanging like a superman with trees and river below looked exciting. And it was located in Manolo Fortich Bukidon, just one hour away from where I lived. So off I went to experience the said tagline of the park “experience, extreme, adrenaline”. And oh boy! True to its promise, I was not disappointed. I went there twice, and every visit was an experience like no other.
After my five years stay in Cebu, I decided to return to my home place for some personal reasons. And what a better way to welcome myself back was to experience it with my best friend who, like me, loves adventure.
Seven o’ clock in the morning we rode on a bus from Puerto, Cagayan de Oro bus terminal to Manolo Fortich bus stop. We asked around for a transportation to get there, and the only available was a motorcycle or “habal-habal”. After some negotiation, with P300 as the agreed amount, our driver followed the rugged road passing along corn fields, pineapple plantation, few houses where we stopped in a small store for some fuel and our chance to take pictures and even relieve our bladder.
We arrived at the site at 8 o’clock in the morning, and since it was a weekend we were number eleven on the list for the rides. My friend cannot contained her excitement that she almost forgot that we had to pay first. How can anyone not
get excited when all you see were green pine trees, the cable wires for the rides, with a little fog on the other side of the hill. It was a windy morning, I was wearing a jacket but it was still cold. However it did not hamper my excitement.
While waiting for our turn, we decided for a little sightseeing and we took a lot of pictures. The forest park had pine trees on it with tables and benches. The scenery was also very relaxing and very rejuvenating.
We tried the three rides, 150 m, 320 m and the 840 m. Two people were suspended together with speed up to 90kph. At first I thought I could not make it since I had fear of heights. But seeing others especially children and even older people my fear was replaced with excitement. The crew made sure that safety harness were properly placed. Health Requirements like blood pressure were also considered. After the instructions were done, we started with 150 m and followed by 320m. We were suspended in a sitting position. It was so exhilarating that we cannot get enough of it. The 840m was the finale. We were suspended like a superman. To complete the experience, digital cameras were securely tied on our hands to record each others smooth ride going to the other end of the cable.
Indeed, my friend and I experienced it, it was extreme, and what an adrenaline rush! We had big smiles on our faces even after we went back to a bumpy ride on our rented motorcycle. With pride we showed our pictures to our friends and endlessly told them about it.