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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... nicer restaurant before retiring early after a long hot day. -Alex Hooooot. That's the word right now. Man it's hot. Anyhoo only addition to Alex's post is that the "nicer" restaurant for dinner was good food and still only cost us 300PHP including tip, so like $7.50 CAD. We had chicken adobo for the first time which was great. And rice and a veggie dish. We've learned that the only way to get vegetables in ...
... from the indigenous peoples here, and some interesting information about their history. After several centuries of Spanish rule and being invaded by the Japanese during the war, the Philippines were sold by the Spanish to the US for $20 million!
So far we have done a day diving and snorkeling trip to Apo Island, where I saw my first giant sea turtle! We also went to see the 100ft Casaroro ...
... not to
sea en-route to Dumaguete was disappointingly dirty but we'll give
them the benefit of the doubt and assume this may be connected to the
recent earthquake. Far more importantly it was calm and the journey
only took about twenty five minutes.
the harbour we swiftly hopped into a tricycle. One lady walking past
stared at us so much that she walked into an overhanging canopy.
Obviously this is not the kind ...
... know how i have done this but according to the dates in the journal, it is Valentines Day!! Not sure how this has happened, but as i can't be bothered changing all the dates and probably screw it all up, i'm just going to leave it!
So where were we?? Aaaaaah yes! Today was the day we bid farewell to our roomie. Captain Slow is flying over to Palawan as she only has 10 days or something left before she's off to Thailand!!
Dark and early ...
... left as us, but we've decided to all leave tomorrow for a place called Dumaguete, mainly because the weather is ****, and we are having a great laugh together.
Tomorrow is the half way point of our holiday, and i have to admit, it is even better than i expected it.
We have seen some great places, met great people who are now are our friends, all making our lives, this blog , our memories , even better. Thanks.