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It was just so nice to be back to the place I was born. Dumaguete city now is totally different from what it was 28 years ago - or so my mother said. Back then, the city was a quiet place where people lived peacefully - though this is not an insinuation that the city is not peaceful now. Dumaguete city is not situated in the southernmost part of …
... not worth it so went back to the terminal then to the jeepney station to catch a jeepney to Valencia where we can find a ride to the waterfalls.
In Valencia there are lots of habal habal asking to take you to the waterfalls. We rented a tricycle for 200 pesos total to take us there and wait for us to take us back. With tricycles you will need to walk a 2 km addition. The ...
... but comes in coconut and melon flavours). By the time we got to the dirt track that led to our accommodation at Nuts Huts we were feeling pretty happy, despite the monsoonal downpour. We took shelter in a bus stop to polish off the rum and get as waterproof as we could. Pete and I employed the over-sized tropical leaves and the local kids found us hilarious as we slid about the muddy path.
Nuts Huts was worth the trek. J-Ro had warned us about the killer stairs ...
... beautiful sunset we had dinner at our neighbour's – Casa De
La Playa. The funky resort is painted white and bright blue and a
selection of randomness has been scattered throughout the resort. A
few people were in the restaurant and we had a long wait for food but
it was worth it for the fantastic meals we were served.
Our sleep soundtrack was once again the soothing sounds of birds
hooting, geckos calling and the gentle lapping of waves just ...
... fast driving by 'moi', we had made it!! The bike guy was cool, we just woke him up, explained we had abandoned his bike on the side of the road somewhere, he just took the key, and went back to bed i think!
Tickets bought, on the boat, and oh my god, this boat is far the most freezingist ever! I think eskimos live in warmer conditions!!
One good thing was that Miss K was so cold she let me touch her boob!!