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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... They were pleasantly surprised to meet a Singaporean in their barangay and they shook my hands as though I was a dignified diplomat. It was great chatting to them about places in Singapore and they reminisced about where they used to hang out during their free time. It was really a wonderful feeling talking about experiences that we both shared. After leaving Cantabon, we paused at a second healer's abode but he was out and about too. I asked permission to go ...
... a perfect Philippine beach resort for a perfect vacation.
This Philippines resort is renowned for its
speciality diving and snorkelling packages that can be experienced from
Apo island. There are also many fascinating local tours of the area for
you to enjoy. It’s by far the best way to discover the history and many
varied attractions of the area.
At Monarch Sands Beach ...
... 8211; 3-5/5/12
I arrived at Harold’s Mansion after an epic commute from Coron via Olongapo (see previous entry) with my guts still not sitting quite right. What I was told was a six hour bus ride became nine hours with Manila traffic and for the first time in my life I missed a flight. I had to spend a night at Manila airport hugging my bags inside my sleeping bag liner and growling at the over-interested punter who kept creeping close to ...
... the preacher who had lectured the passengers so intently on our
journey out to Sipalay. Sure enough, he soon stood up and began his
sermon, before once again asking us all for money. I'm afraid this
time we refused, deciding to direct our funds to other areas of need
were so relieved to finally arrive at Dumaguete bus station, hot,
very bothered, and a bit poorly (me). Next door, the crowds shouted
excitedly at the ...
... Tom's superior skills in this
area and generously lay back and relaxed instead.
reached the other side of the lake and headed up yet more slippery
steps to the bamboo hut look out which had great views across the
water. A very serious looking German couple were intently filming a
beetle sat still on the handrail. We had a picnic (mainly consisting
of Ding Dongs) in the look out and took a few photos before heading
back to the boat.