On my last field work day for the year 2010, I went to Kadingilan, Bukidnon which is about 89 kilometers south of Malaybalay City. The RTMI bus I boarded left the Malaybalay Bus Terminal at around 7:30 AM. Upon reaching the new Valencia Terminal, I hurriedly transferred to another bus bound for Kibawe just as it was about to depart.
I disembarked at the bus terminal of Don Carlos and waited for another bus which will take me to Kadingilan. It was my first time to be at the newly constructed terminal and since the Kadingilan bus took so long to arrive, I grabbed the opportunity to take some photos with my Canon digicam.
Though it has a smaller area, the Don Carlos Transport Terminal structure is somewhat similar to the bus terminal of Maramag. Colors are predominantly yellow and green (which I think are the official colors of the municipality).
The Don Carlos Terminal is not as busy as Maramag and has a fewer vendors selling fruits, drinks and snacks.
Fronting the terminal are the public market buildings:
The dry goods and fastfood section.
The wet market section.
Motorelas waiting for passengers
Passengers waiting for the bus
Arvin-Ai Transit bound for Valencia City
After more than 30 minutes, the RTMI bus going to Kadingilan finally arrived. I boarded the bus and a few more minutes later I was off to my next destination.