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I touched down in Bacolod city in the last blog post, where I first visited Iloilo and Guimaras and then took the bus to Bacolod. My first try on hotel was a disaster, meaning that all the budget hotels on my list was fully booked.
I had to turn around quickly and take a decision on the fly. I took one night on a hotel that was said mildly, terrible.
The nexy day I was going to check in at a coworking & coliving space that has 1 AirBnB room. It`s excellent because it`s more affordable than most hotels , its situated on a good location and it has fast wifi. That`s all I need.
The day time exploring of Bacolod begins with a seeing the church and the nearby city plaza. Next we visit the Negros Museum where we learn more about the history of the Negros region. Bacolod city has much to offer for hungry explorers so the next attraction is not far away. The Negros Forest & Ecological Foundation, which is an animal shelter for endangered species is a must-see in Bacolod.
The Ruins Bacolod at Night
The night time exploring of the city begins with a 5pm trip to the majestic Ruins. The ruins history dates back to the Spanish era, wheras Mariano was an attractive young bachelor who owned a 440 hectare plantation. The young bachelor loved seeing the world and one of his trips he met the love of his life, Maria Braga. They married and got 10 children. Maria died in childbirth delivering their 11th child. Mariano was so heart broken he build a mansion in her memory. The mansion burnt for 3 days during the second world war, thereby it`s current name, The Ruins. After visiting the ruins we are heading out to eat Bacolod famous dish, the Manokan chicken.
Mambukal Falls Adventure
Mambukal is located within the boundaries of the municipality of Murcia, Negros Occidental. It is directly governed by the Provincial Government of Negros Occidental, which also manages Mambukal Mountain Resort.
Mambukal Resort is situated approximately 365 meters above sea level and serves as a gateway to Mt. Kanlaon Natural Park. It was a Japanese man by the name of Kokichi Paul Ishiwata, in 1927, who developed the resort. First as bathhouse and picnic garden.
Spread over 23,6 hectares, Mambukal is blessed with very beautiful natural scenery. In this vlog we are hiking up the mountain to see a total of 7 waterfalls. The hike takes us approx 2-3 hours in total.
Sharyn's Cansi House on the Menu
Sharyn's Cansi House is a world famous street food restaurant in Bacolod city that serves delicious beef soup. Perfect after a long hike up and down the mountain at Mambukal Resort.