Personal thoughts: What could have happened if after the Tejeros Convention, Bonifacio's small group managed to slip out of Cavite and make it back to Montalban? He might have very well charged Aguinaldo and the entire Magdalo faction with treason because of the way they treated him in Tejeros. Or maybe he would still keep Aguinaldo and utilize his strategic skills and contacts with the elite to bring a faster conclusion to the revolution? Sadly, we would never know the answers.
One thing's for sure, Bonifacio never waivered in his idea of armed struggle to free the Filipino masses and this is the reason why even though he may not be a military genius, he is still recognized as the "Father of the Philippine Revolution."
Final travel tip: Locals especially the tricycle drivers at the Maragondon junction will immediately offer their services as guides to the two sites. Learn to haggle properly with them; we spent a total of P600 for Anthony to take us to both sites and the Casa Hacienda de Naic which is another 30 minutes drive from Maragondon junction. Bring refreshments as well since there are only a few stores along the way.