Are we there yet?

The Yellow Bus Line operated the only land transport in South Cotabato about twenty years ago. YBL buses ply the Koronadal - Gensan - Davao route.  For long distances many South Cotabatenos preferred taking the yellow bus over those jeepneys called strikers.

A trip to Davao from Gensan would usually take 2.5 -3 hours. As a kid I remember happily observing the passing scenery or munching snacks while riding this bus with my family. If I didn't fall asleep, I was impatient, "are we there yet?"

The dust swirling around our nostrils and vision was normal. Arduous. But that was then. Now you may want to carry your tech thingies if you are on board one of their premiere buses as wifi has been enabled.

What are your buses called in your province?

Rose hosts Nostalgia.


  1. What a great memory to have of growing up

  2. Nalimutan ko na ang name ng buses sa amin hehehe.. Until now parehas pa rin ang transportation sa bundok na kinalakihan ko hehehe..

  3. It was fun; the country girl in me especially loved the mountain scenery.

  4. great memories! sari-sari ang bus man sa amo sa cagayan de kadaghan wala koy!

  5. Basi mga acronym tong perting tag-asa, rofl!

  6. Oh, you so reminded me of my hometown and those buses. I am from Gensan and my last ride in one of those buses was when I went to Davao alone in early 2009. That was my first time to travel alone. :)

    Thanks for the visit! Happy Thursday!

  7. wish to travel to Davao too :)

    buses in Toronto are called TTC buses - Toronto Transit Commission.

    thanks for visiting my nostalgia entry!

    see you around ^^

  8. the bus going to my lola's province is named"Saulog Transit" .the last time i rode the bus was in college .they have airconditioned bus already back then .i just don't know if they are still operating now a days. i alrady posted on your "are you afraid of the dark " so I commented here instead.


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