AROUND BACOLOD CITY - Negros Occidental


We arrrived at Silay Airport at about 6am.  Because we have ample time before the Mt. Kanlaon climb proper, we first passed by The Ruins at Talisay.  Everyone was busy as a bee.. taking pictures and doing different poses.  According to online articles, it's Bacolod's must visit destination for photographers amateurs and professionals alike.  And true enough, one can play different scenes and twist different angles with its great landscape. 




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Planking -- more fun in The Ruins

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After The Ruins, we stayed at “Manokan Country” for our breakfast and while waiting for SM Bacolod to open for our last minute buys.  Tasting the original chicken inasal is a must experience and a confirmation that you are indeed at Bacolod... So great tasting, so yummy!  

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At 12nn, we were on-board Ceres bus for a 3-1/2 hours ride to Canlaon City, the jump-off of our Mt. Kanlaon climb.

For other things to do in Bacolod visit the Bacolod City website. 

Travel Date: November 2011 

4 comments:

  1. Wew! Bacolod... I'll be here (hopefully) this coming October =) We wanted to climb the Mt. Kanlaon kaso kulang time, it was a major climb pala.. syang :(

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  2. yes, it's a major climb... we took the easiest trail already but the descent is beyond comparison... I can refer you to our guide if ever you plan to take this trail.

    thanks for adding me in your blog roll... :)

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  3. I had also similar experience when I went to The Ruins last November. It was too a very romantic and memorable experience. I'll be back there soon

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