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May 27, 2009

BUENAVSTA GUIMARAS ROAD TRIP

Buenavista is the oldest municipality in Guimaras tht established in 1775 during Spanish period. It is located at the northern tip of Guimaras Island.



The McArthur wharf serves as the municipal wharf for Buenavista and part of San Lorenzo is used by passengers form the neighboring Panay Island in going to Negros Province and vice versa. This transportation route serves as a cheaper link, rather than taking a ship.


We're on our way to the beach.

Fish for lunch


Saw this crab on the seashore.


You can go by walking to this islet when low tide.

We were on our way to our officemate's house.

welcome!

View from the attic. Namimitas sila ng kalamsi.


The mountain view.


The ocean view from afar.

The cashew tree.

The cashew fruit.

Oh yeah! Got one.

I thought it's the way to heaven.

The atmosphere turned gloomy.


We were hurry to go back to home. It's over-speeding.


Here we arrived in the wharf again. It's my second time to visit Buenavista. The first time was way back early 2000.

13 comments:

Lawstude said...

sana marating ko din guimaras. hopefully this year kasama ng ilo-ilo.

coolwaterworks said...

makagulutom ang isda! hidlaw na ko sa sinugba nga isda ba...

nice pic of the kasuy there... kibot ang ko, gamay gali kaayo... hehe...

Nance said...

That's a Kasoy, right? Although I've heard and tasted cashew nuts, di pa ako nakakita ng fruit nya. yong brown sa bottom ba nya ang nuts? can you eat the top part, redlan? cashew nut is one of my favorites.

triZzZ said...

wow another great trip. Inggit ako. Wish I could do that. Never been away from manila lately.

wow never saw a cashew fruit before. It looks like macopa but it's green and it has the cashew nut on it. Thanks for posting that pic!

RJ said...

Wow! Redlan's Web of Arts, really, brings me around the 'world'!

Gusto ko ang mga ganitong posts mo, Red. Nakakagala ako kahit nasa loob lang ako ng bahay. U

the donG said...

now i found a better place to go jogging redlan! hahaha... seriously!

KRIS JASPER said...

YEY!!!!! kasuy!!!!!

yum yum!

Hey red, lingin ulo ko sa "hurry" foto...

sheng said...

red, nami, hidlaw nako sang kasuy, inang nuts niya ginasugba namon sadto... hidlaw naman ko batwan...

MeL said...

Wow, close up sa kasoy! :) Nasaan na ang pasalubong ko?

Gordon said...

Very, very interesting. I especially liked the road to heaven. How do you prepare the fish for lunch? Did you grill them? Do you catch them? If you do grill them, do you leave the scales and head on them until it's time to eat them?

Mac Callister said...

hayyy sarap cguro sa probinsya....

nuts said...

Way to heaven? nobody's passing by, how I wish Manila with this view. :)

fortuitous faery said...

kanamit sg isda! fresca!

i've never seen an actual cashew fruit before! buti ka pa! :)