Bethel Guest House
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... Definite drop in musical standards.
A hundred metres later I turn and cross the road and walk into the Why Not bar. I read about his place. It's a bit of an institution here in Dumaguete, a bar, restaurant and karaoke place all rolled into one. I walk into the "disco". A couple of large screens are showing music videos. To the left are two pool tables where a couple of men are playing Filipinas. I sit at the bar to the right and order a San Miguel.
It's about 9 ...
... Or at least the tremor of one. No one else seemed to fussed obviously it happens often and they know it's not much to worry about but us being earthquake virgins was pooing our pants for a while and we was on Tsunami watch for a good hour before we could relax! When we looked it up online we found out it was a pretty large 6.2 quake off the coast of Negros which is the coast we was on! but it was 52km deep and nothing to worry about. We ...
... the anthropology museum :) It was small but full of interesting artifacts! Some witchcraft potions/ethnomedicine, some skulls in pots, pre-contact hunting and fishing equipment from different tribes on different islands.. it was really interesting! A nice air conditioned way to spend the afternoon.
Had another delicious and charming dinner with Moa, Rochelle, her brother Jan ...
... got to use his torch! We weren't alone on our walks down as we did get company from some free-roaming goats, cows and chickens including some noisy cockerels.
Once down there it was a typical Filipino white sand beach with turquoise waters. They were occupied by lots of Banka boats (picture attached) ready to take people out on the water. We spent some time there swimming and relaxing but spent a day with a guide who took us round the popular tourist ...
... 8217;t with Malaysia. I’ve been there several times and you can find cheaper accommodation and street food all over Malaysia than you can in the Philippines so where the **** these people get the idea Malaysia is expensive from i really don’t know. They must be staying in 4-star hotels and resort complexes and eating in western style restaurants. Another thing that bugs me about the vast majority of travellers here is that they take flights ...