Side Trip: Bukidnon

I've only known Bukidnon as an elementary school topic in Araling Panlipunan; a province in the Philippines where the best pineapples in the world are grown. 


Until last week, I didn't know of its vast tracts of land leading to horizons which reminded me of parallax scrolling due to the seemingly endless layers of mountains.


Colorful houses on narrow streets dotted with coniferous trees.  Altogether, Bukidnon's landscape is a distinctive part of the country that I haven't seen before.

Photos courtesy of Len Cajucom
Courtesy of Len Cajucom
It's also where Dahilayan Advanture Park is.

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Now the fun part:  the 850-meter zipline.

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Courtesy of Len Cajucom

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The 320-meter zip for sissies:


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Ah, the brave ones.  Adrenaline junkies taking the 120-foot plunge at the Drop Zone.

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Zorbit at Forest Park, just beside Dahilayan Park.


The Luge.
Courtesy of Bong Teodoro
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Courtesy of Rosevi Belmonte

Of course we were famished from all that screaming and "hiking".  Lunch at Del Monte Golf Club.








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