More on Malaybalay, Bukidnon
Web visitor Amor Charmaigne writes to give tips on where to eat and stay in Malaybalay. She now works and lives in Cagayan de Oro but is originally from Malaybalay. So the place is Bukid-known ;-) to her. To Amor Charmaigne, thanks for visiting and writing and I will surely try out the places you mentioned if I am lucky enough to get back to Malaybalay.
1. Mindy's 24 hour restaurant - located right along the National Highway in the heart of the city. Amor recommends their bulalo. Prices are said to be reasonable.
2. Port Dominique - located at Magsaysay St. is "a nice place to dine by Malaybalay standards." The comfort rooms (that's toilet, bathroom, washroom, restroom, to the rest of humanity - plain CR to us, Pinoys) are also clean, according to Amor. Food is a bit pricier.
3. Haus Malibu - an alternative to Pine Hills Hotel. The place is said to be nice and clean and contrary to what was earlier posted here in this portion, Jeoffrey of Haus Malibu wrote to say that there is hot water available at their establishment. Thanks for the correction, Jeoffrey! Am still in the process of asking for their permission to share their contact info with readers so stay tuned.
To readers and web visitors, I welcome your inputs. You may know something which may be helpful to me and to other readers so please share your thoughts and tips. So, Malaybalay, anyone?
Related Link: Malaybalay, Bukidnon Travelogue[By Angelica Viloria | Tuesday, February 24, 2004]
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