Negros Oriental Province 

The island of Negros is approximately located in the middle of the archipelago, 500 miles south of Manila. It lies along 9º 1' to 11' north and longitude 12º 34' to 122º 24 east. It is the fourth largest island in the Philippine archipelago. It is located between the islands of Panay in the west and Cebu in the east. It is bounded by the Visayan sea in the north, the Tañon Strait in the east, the Sulu and Mindanao Seas in the south and Guimaras Strait in the northwest. Negros Oriental is located on the eastern side of the Negros Island in the Central Visayas Region, occupying the southern lobe of the island of Negros. While Negros Occidental belongs to Region VI (Western Visayas Region), Negros Oriental is in Region VII (Central Visayas Region) grouped together with other Cebuano-Speaking provinces of Cebu, Bohol and Siquijor.

The paved road ends and our 5km hike to the falls begins
The paved road ends and our 5km hike to the falls begins

We say goodbye to the good road
We say goodbye to the good road

Beautiful scenery along the way
Beautiful scenery along the way

Many of the nicer houses belong to foreigners
Many of the nicer houses belong to foreigners

Beautiful scenery along the way
Beautiful scenery along the way

The road is rough and it rained yesterday.  Most of the road is up hill
The road is rough and it rained yesterday. Most of the road is up hill

Beautiful scenery along the way
Beautiful scenery along the way

Another house built of native materials
Another house built of native materials

Beautiful scenery along the way
Beautiful scenery along the way

Beautiful scenery along the way
Beautiful scenery along the way

A house built of native materials
A house built of native materials

Beautiful scenery along the way
Beautiful scenery along the way

Another house
Another house

Beautiful scenery along the way
Beautiful scenery along the way

Beautiful scenery along the way
Beautiful scenery along the way

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