Dumaguete Springs Apartments
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... a few as I get a tricycle to my hotel, near the southern end of the Boulevard. I get lucky with a room on the 6th floor and a balcony overlooking the ocean. The hotel appears to be the tallest building in town.
I wander around the town, which has a few busy roads crowded mostly with tricycles, though motorbikes are popular too. There don't appear to be traffic lights anywhere here, which makes the busy intersections interesting to watch.
That night I eat at ...
... rooms available so we was sorted. Coral cay turned out to be a complete steal for only £13 a night with a swimming pool, a gym, a nice garden area, pool table and a great beach bar/restaurant which did some great food. By the time we arrived the tide was out and the sun was setting so we had a few drinks and bite to eat in the bar and watched the incredible sun set which reflected the sky on the still water to almost look as though there ...
... it was a small white room, one side totally open to the street, with a few plastic chairs and tables in it.
When we got there there was only 2 patrons- a local man in his late 40s and a crazy lady who was wearing strips of fabric tied in bows all down her arms and legs, and would stare me in the eyes and angrily talk gibberish to me.
Videoke was a lot of fun! You put ...
... 4am) to a more sensible afternoon flight, and landing in Cebu airport avoided getting ripped off by taxi drivers when a local told us where to get the normal taxis (from round the corner!)
Being fresh from Australia it was quite the culture shock getting in a car with no seatbelts, driving through chaotic streets with hut like shops lining the roads. We had some tips before getting here telling us to only get a taxi that would go on a meter ...
... the seat in the carriage of the tricycle while I rode behind the driver on his motor cycle. The road climbed inland away from the coast and the poor motor cycle was hard pressed to climb the hilly roads while carrying the two of us plus our back packs. We arrived 30 minutes later and my right sandal was smoking. While sitting behind the driver, there was no place to put my right foot - this is the side of the motor cycle that connects with his carriage. The ...