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Whilst at Sugar beach the Phillipines wet season caught up with us and it rained for the whole time we were there.
The beach is never fun with moonson rains, so we only stayed for one day then took a 6 hour bus North, along the coast to Bacolod. We stayed there just a night before getting a boat Guimares island and then an hour bus to Raymonds Resort on Alubihod beach.
Although the rain was back and there was talk of another typhoon we decided to do the long journey to Sugar Beach on Sipalay. This beach is hyped up as it's pretty hard to get to so we had high hopes for white powdery sand.The journey there took us all day and involved around 13 different elements of transport including a boat, several buses, …
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We had the usual assortment of transport to get us to Sipalay from Dumagette. 2 buses, 2 tricycles and a bangka boat. It is amazing what you get used to.
We chose to stay in a place called Driftwood and we were not disappointed. Our accommodation was a type …
... Sipalay and talked to just about everyone- "Hi ma’am! What’s your name? Where are you going?". When you talk to or wave at children/teens it always makes them laugh? It’s so adorable. I found some questionable looking batteries and overpaid for them as well, then sat at a little bar on the beach and had a new beer! The Gold Eagle. All beer in the Philippines is made by the same brewery, and until now ...