This was the second time we went to see BREDCO Port [See Map] and everything was pretty much the same as it was during our first visit.
The area was still littered and was as dingy as ever. It would have felt dangerous too, especially for camera wielding people if not for the presence of the many visitors sitting by and strolling about the shore. I still wish the local government would do something about this place.
In spite of everything, what still draw me to this place are the magnificent sunsets the harbor offers. The dark, shell-encrusted boulders along the shores provide excellent foregrounds to the sky that fire up during dusk. The last time I photographed the sun setting at these waters, I was just awestruck with its splendor.
It was with much disappointment then that this time around, we weren’t able to experience dusk as grand as last year’s; the sky was brooding and the sun was unable to pierce through a cloud layer that blocked its grand exit.
It did managed to wave a farewell by sending forth a burst of god-rays before finally disappearing off the horizon.
We were disappointed, but this was just our first day in Bacolod anyways; we’ve got three more sunsets to go.
Part of a 4-Day Bacolod Series
Trip Itinerary Summary
Café Bob’s | BREDCO Port Revisited | Grand Regal Hotel | San Sebastian Cathedral | Capitol Park & Lagoon | La Corona Café | Sweet Greens Deli Café
Calea | Dinner at The Ruins | San Diego Cathedral | Silay Ancestral Houses | El Ideal Bakery & Refreshment | The Bernardino Jalandoni Museum
Balay Negrense Museum | Café 1925 | Resto Grill sa Baybay | Lupit Church | Business Inn | Virgie’s Homemade Products | Starbucks Global Icon City Mug