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We drop off to see this place, it was very calm and solemn if you want to meditate and be with yourself to recollect or retreat. We went to their souvenir shop and bought tokens- they have few sorts like bracelet, rosary, goodies - pulvoron,...More
It was my first time to visit the place and I was awed by it.
The Church is built in a hilltop surrounded by wonderful nature-trees, flowers and a very lovely view of the mountain.
My friends and I travelled all the way from...More
We spent a short time here but I feel the need to be back. This magnificent pyramid architecture by known Filipino artist Arch Leandro Locsin is located atop a hill in one of the barangays in Malaybalay Bukidnon. Tourists can just ask to go the...More
A beautiful place to commune with our Lord. We were there before 7:30 am and we asked a gentleman on the schedule, he said that mass is at 8am every Sunday. We were not able to get the gentleman’s name but thanks to him, we...More
A serene place, a refuge of peace and reflection away from the busy world. I like the ambiance and the simplicity of the place particularly the food served. We had an overnight stay and were so lucky having the twin-shared rooms which are so affordable....More
Went to the Monastery of the Transfiguration as part of the itinerary for our day tour in Bukidnon. The place is so serene and peaceful, perfect place to meditate and thinks things out. My visit there is short but sweet.
The time we visited my brother in Valencia we suggested to visit the monastery of Configuration while we were here. The place can give the peace and calmness one needs.
Stayed for a while and tried to ask what more we cant get as souvenir...More
Eat, Pray, Love inspired me deep down to my soul. It was the sole reason why my Family pursued a week-long road trip in Mindanao. We spent most of the time traveling on the road (A packed Adobo and some boiled eggs joined us in...More