Them Jemelina Trees
I now have a favorite tree - the jemelina tree. We saw lots of them in Bukidnon. They're tall and thin and they usually come in several rows. I look at them and end up relaxed.
My boss says you can harvest those trees in about 7 years and that they're good for pulp/white paper. We saw them practically everywhere - and we even stopped by the roadside to take some photos from across the road. The locals looked at us - probably wondering what we tourists were doing.
We also stopped by Kaamulan Park - another area very much like Baguio. This is where the Kaamulan Festival is held in March. We enjoyed walking around the place - with trees and brooks, that sort of stuff.
Related Link: Malaybalay, Bukidnon Travelogue[By Angelica Viloria | Friday, November 21, 2003]
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