]Our second day at Bukidnon started early with a dawn mass held at St. Labrador Parish in Malaybalay, just across from where we are staying.
I’ve always believed that surrendering your day to Him is the best way of starting it right.
After the mass, we started on our feet again in search for a good place to eat.
Luckily we found one just across Gaisano Mall.
Being a pizza addict, I was immediately captivated by the menu that the store offered.
Now that we are fully recharged, it’s now time to explore Bukidnon!
Carmelite Monastery – at Pal-ing, Brgy Kalasungay
Getting here is not difficult as there are a lot of multicabs and jeepneys that goes to Kalasungay.
One would surely love the road trip going here, for aside from the beautiful sceneries that your eyes will enjoy, the people here are also accommodating. Some vendors even requested for their photos to be taken.
Alalum Falls in Sumilao Bukidnon
A surprising thing about this falls is that is can be found just along the highway. No need for long treks in rocky roads. All you’ll have to do is get off the bus that goes to Sumilao and voalah! there it is!
Continuing with our backpacking trip, we’ve found this poor dog along the street. Funny coz from afar I’ve mistaken it at first as a sheep. Baa baa baa! LOL
This image of a tree trunk also caught my attention. If you’re that green minded person, I’m sure you’ll think of this as something else! *wink
Moving on, we headed to our next destination.
Kampo Juan Eco-Adventure Park