Bacolod

  • When Raymund Javellana moved back to help run the family’s sugar farms in Bacolod in 2005, he thought that it was “pay back time and I must help promote tourism in my hometown.” A member of the prominent Lacson-Javellana and Lopez-Heredia families, he inherited a farm with a burnt mansion, which he transformed into a […]

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  • With Bacolod as its center of trade and commerce, the long years of affluence and abundance brought about by the sugar industry has made the Bacoleno a lover of the good life. However, when world sugar prices plummeted in the 1980s, the economy of Negros took a turn in a major life-changing way. It was […]

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