Travel Blogs from Dumaguete, Philippines

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Oven Baked Sick, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Oven Baked Sick

A travel blog entry by baliblisters

... city really did shut down for Easter we headed back to the hotel. Maundy Thursday We were pleasantly surprised to discover that Dumaguete definitely doesn't shut down on Maundy Thursday. Less pleasant was the way that we found out, by people bellowing up ...

Turtle's land, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Turtle's land

A travel blog entry by letourdupain

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Le périple de MoalBoal à Apo fut quelque peu long et entrecoupé mais nous avons été récompensés des notre arrivée sur l île. Après un tricycle , deux bus nous voici à Oslob site connu et ...

Dumaguete / Apo Island Best Dive Ever, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Dumaguete / Apo Island Best Dive Ever

A travel blog entry by viviandazon

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Dumaguete is an hour flight from Manila, and another one hour ride from the Dumaguete airport to our host resort Atmosphere Resort.  The resort itself is nice well maintained gardens all around. They got a very nice spa though I don't have the time ...

I will have an enchilada, hold the rocks, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

I will have an enchilada, hold the rocks

A travel blog entry by geoffloribryant

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... even though it wasn’t clear, it was still a great little trip. We decided at the top that rather then head back to Dumaguete and then south to a waterfall that was hard to find. We could head north about 40 km to Bais city because their was a pier ...

One Man's Trash...., Dumaguete City, Philippines travel blog

One Man's Trash....

A travel blog entry by baliblisters

... western food' deal. Not surprisingly the chefs run a cooking academy next door to the restaurant. We headed back in the twilight through the still busy streets. Unlike most other big cities it feels quite safe in Dumaguete when wandering around at night. ...

Dumaguete, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Dumaguete

A travel blog entry by kateandalex

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... first time which was great.  And rice and a veggie dish.  We've learned that the only way to get vegetables in the Philippines (besides the few that come in your curry or meat dish) is to order a vegetable course.  So we've gotten into a ...

Back in Asia! De Filipijnen deel I, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Back in Asia! De Filipijnen deel I

A travel blog entry by miek1608

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Dag allemaal!  Hallo hallo vanuit de Filipijnen, nu dan echt! Ik zit nu in een gezellig brak internetcafe in Dumaguete, de hoofdstad van het eiland Negros. Het ruikt hier lekker naar Noodlesoup en naast me zitten 4 Filipinos World of Warcraft te ...

Casaroro Falls is re-opened, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Casaroro Falls is re-opened

A travel blog entry by 7tck7334

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Casaror falls is now open, however the concrete pathway is destroyed, and the way to the falls a conveluted route of rocks and boulders. However the falls are still breathtakingly loud and ...

Valentines Day!, Dumaguete City, Philippines travel blog

Valentines Day!

A travel blog entry by steve_linda

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... at 6am and get there at noon, or get the later bus and get there in the evening. Just depends on what we get up tonight! Dumaguete is a cool place! Full of people, loads of shops, really cheap too. Miss K got herself a pair of shoes from a Used Shoe ...

The home of Silliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

The home of Silliman University

A travel blog entry by valetroy

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... Both are major ferry ports but Iloilo is rather grim and down at heel (despite it's fabulous S&M shopping mall), whereas Dumaguete seems rather genteel, with a waterfront for strolling and sitting outside over beers rather than fearing for one's life ...

Sibulan River, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Sibulan River

A travel blog entry by 7tck7334

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Panoramas Of the Dramas, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Panoramas Of the Dramas

A travel blog entry by 7tck7334

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The photographs here are of some of the sites i ahve visited, with the pictures stitched up into one image to try and give more of an ...

I nearly (but not really) missed the bus!, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

I nearly (but not really) missed the bus!

A travel blog entry by samlocke_7

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... I had spotted a cockroach. I didn't tell Georgie so this might be the first time she reads about it.) Day 12 – Dumaguete – Siquijor Early start to the harbour to find a boat to Siquijor. As we sat waiting there were loads of children ...

Dumaguete, Negros, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Dumaguete, Negros

A travel blog entry by norsu

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... , vastaan Dumagueten lentokentalle ja lahettiin minivanilla yhessa kohti Sipalayta ja Sugar Beachia. Norsuli English: Hell-o. Greetz from the Philippines once again. We finally made it from Ilo Ilo to Negros island. The speed ferry took about an ...

Twin Lakes, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Twin Lakes

A travel blog entry by walzp

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... reached the Balinsasayao and Danao lakes once ancient volcanic craters now collapsed and surrounded by jungle This was the beautiful and peaceful twin lakes park The following day we left Dumaguete by boat leaving Negros arriving on Siquijor an hour ...

In A Hard Rain Fell, Apo Island, Philippines travel blog

In A Hard Rain Fell

A travel blog entry by mandy13082

Another nighttime storm.  It lasted the ENTIRE night; lightning but little to no thunder, for a change.  Had to peel myself off the sheets in order to turn over because my sunburn was glued to the moist sheets.  Extra groggy this ...

dumaguete and swimmimg with turtles at apo!, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

dumaguete and swimmimg with turtles at apo!

A travel blog entry by simonandtally

Simon writing. We left Siqijour and took an hours boat ride to dumaguete city which is on negros oriental island in the south, as soon as we arrived here it felt similar to Puerto Princessa, which we loved. We got a tricycle to a guest house which we ...

Snorkeling, Municipality of Enrique Villanueva, Philippines travel blog

Snorkeling

A travel blog entry by kateandalex

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On both the 17th and 19th we went snorkeling right off the beach in front of us and had an amazing time on both occasions. After a brief stretch of sand the beach leads into a carpet of sea grass for approximately 100m. After that the depth drops to ...

Not so Red Now !, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Not so Red Now !

A travel blog entry by 7tck7334

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I just snapped a few pics the other day while out touring the negros area, this was the crossing point featured in another Blog entry for Red Rock, just some pics from another ...

Clouds, rain, hills, mud, and a waterfall!, Larena, Philippines travel blog

Clouds, rain, hills, mud, and a waterfall!

A travel blog entry by steve_linda

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... going to leave as she doesn't have as many days left as us, but we've decided to all leave tomorrow for a place called Dumaguete, mainly because the weather is shit, and we are having a great laugh together. Tomorrow is the half way point of our holiday, ...

Negros, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Negros

A travel blog entry by toddy11

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... feet, in a cardboard box with little holes in it. How did I miss that before? Three hours later we arrive on the Philippines biggest, poorest and most contentious island. "TURD Score" I quite liked Dumaguete. Not many tourists and few touts. There is a ...

Sleeping Like a Log in Siquijor, Dumanhog, Philippines travel blog

Sleeping Like a Log in Siquijor

A travel blog entry by arnobs66

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Say Siquijor and, chances are, many Pinoys will tell you it's one place they'd rather not tread. Why? Because they think it's a spooky hinterland often associated with black magic, sorcerers, potions and other supernatural what have you. To them, it's ...

Divine diving & snorkelling  with whale sharks, Oslob, Philippines travel blog

Divine diving & snorkelling with whale sharks

A travel blog entry by lyncraven

... Bohol!  The reason I’m going back is because Balicasag Island is one of the premier diving spots in the Philippines!  Declared a marine sanctuary, the island is ringed by a pristine reef that really drops down to incredibly deep cliffs, ...

Jolie ville, Plongée de malade, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Jolie ville, Plongée de malade

A travel blog entry by annecybissonet

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Dumaguete, c'est quand même une grosse ville plein de moto tricycle et donc très bruyant…ca me fait penser au Vietnam tellement il y en a…c’est dur traverser la route. J’ai passé les 2 premières journées au lit avec de la ...

Probably the busiest day ever. Part 2., Dumaguete City, Philippines travel blog

Probably the busiest day ever. Part 2.

A travel blog entry by steve_linda

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... me. Twenty minutes later  i thought my arms were going to fall off, if not me onto the hard tarmac beneath me! Dumaguete itself is a really cool City, full of Schools and Universities,shops, bars, restaurants everywhere. And the best thing, its mega ...

Siquijor, Municipality of San Juan, Philippines travel blog

Siquijor

A travel blog entry by nklo

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Nach dem Frühstück wussten wir immer noch nicht, ob wir am Samstag ein Bungalow im Kiwi hatten oder nicht. Der Besitzer machte auf uns so oder so einen komischen Eindruck und schien nicht wirklich interessiert zu sein, uns in seinem Resort zu behalten. ...

Hometown, Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, Philippines travel blog

Hometown

A travel blog entry by sheystrides

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... can meet fellow travelers who share their experiences and breathtaking photos. For my first entry, I wanted to share photos of my beautiful hometown: Dumaguete City, Philippines. It consists of old photos taken when I was still there until 2005. ...

City Dump, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

City Dump

A travel blog entry by 7tck7334

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During the last large rain storm City Dump had gardens had been pretty washed through but nothing really dramatic, ofcourse now thats an entirely different story. The Bird cage is smashed, and the gardens stripped to nothing. However there is a monkey ...

Von Künstlern, Schweizern und grossen Maschin, Larena, Philippinen travel blog

Von Künstlern, Schweizern und grossen Maschin

A travel blog entry by raratongien

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Da wir uns in den Philippinen bisher auf die Empfehlungen der Einheimischen verlassen konnten, folgten wir auch dem Ratschlag, Siquijor zu besuchen. Eine weitere Insel der Visayas, gerade einmal 2 1/2 Bootsstunden von Apo entfernt. Da es aber keine ...

Back To Dumaguete, Dumaguete, Philippines travel blog

Back To Dumaguete

A travel blog entry by trustytrey

... was always a staff member in their serving behind the bar. I would get the Ferry back to Bohol tommorow. And bid farewell to Dumaguete. Grabbed some phone numbers from the girls and emails. I had made a few friends and I was only in my first country in ...

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