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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... Curses! This must be black magic at work. At about noon time, the sky cleared suddenly as we descended from the hills. Talk about magic! As we rode downhill towards Lazi, the views toward Mindanao were as clear as mud. A prominent mountain stood out princely in the distance, forming most of the gorgeous views to Mindanao as we rolled down out of Mt Bandila-an.
Pig's Blood for Lunch
Visited Cambugahay Falls on the way, and watched some kids ...
... Beach Resort
This is truly a setting that could easily be described as a
Tropical Paradise. Imagine the thrill of sipping coconut coolers while
relaxing under the shade of a coconut tree? Or tossing the occasional
banana to an inquisitive monkey?
Of all the Dumaguete resorts, this is where the
snorkelling and diving is at its most exquisite, and if you really want
... m referring specifically to the annual festivals celebrated by towns around the day of their patron saint, although they can go for many days or even weeks. In The Visayas there are a lot of them concentrated around May, making it possibly the most exciting time to visit, although obviously in a largely Catholic country Easter and Christmas times are big too.
The next day J-Ro was in better shape and we enjoyed a couple of spectacular SCUBA dives off Apo Island. ...
... Ma'am!'. I hope she was referring to
my appearance, not my inappropriate nature. We couldn't resist
another tasty meal and some people watching at CasaBlanca and again,
weren't disappointed. Unfortunately, the atmosphere was a little
tainted by the domineering German man sat behind us who felt the need
to bellow constantly at his sullen Filipino wife. As I wasn't feeling
very well (a mild ear/throat infection) we had an early night.
... the lakeside were a couple of camping spots but again the area was
mostly underwater. Sometimes you don't need to speak the same
language – as we floated past one bright blue kingfisher it spurted
a huge jet of liquid poo into the water, I met the boatman's eye and
we both burst out laughing.
was waiting for us by the lake when we got back and paid 500Php for
the two hour boat ride. We skidded our way back up the mossy steps
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Pets allowed