Wellbeach Dive Resort
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Today we're off to Apo Island with a backpackers tour from down the road, Harold’s Mansion. In complete contrast to the service at our digs Harold is efficient, punctual and informative. However the lazy backpackers we’re touring are much less so. They mosey on down around 7.15 after we’ve been waiting half an hour. Most of them are just getting a lift over to Apo to stay the night.
We were at the counter yesterday booking our trip as Harold was advising ...
A lazy day in Dumaguete, I had plans to go to the scenic twin lakes of Balansayo (or something like that) but by the time we get a coffee fix in town and decide it's getting a little late the heavens start to threaten rain in any case.
We mosey around checking out the town and see a LOT of old seedy white men with fine young Filipino girls by their side, it really is a big thing here in the Phillipines, though we're not sure it’s entirely accepted. The sight of a ...
Up early, if only because of the 100 roosters that have been crowing since 4am. A quick, and unusual breakfast from the bouncing Minning (He's got to be gay surely? He says he has a wife…) a very odd assortment of rice, 3 sweet little frankfurts, a banana and some 3 in 1 instant coffee. I am missing the real coffee already. Lucky we brought our own and our little tin Viet coffee makers.
Hanz arrives and we are plushly driven to Tanawan in his ...
... br> Three hours later we arrive on the Philippines biggest, poorest and most contentious island.
I quite liked Dumaguete. Not many tourists and few touts. There is a healthy expat community here. I see them with their grey hair, fat bellies and young girlfriends. The city is small but busy, but quietens down soon enough when you move into the countryside. Services are reasonable (no, I was not including THOSE kind of services) and living costs are pretty good.
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... This had been one of my many dissatisfactions with the Philippines – the fact that you predominantly get tourists or ‘flash packers’ here as opposed to backpackers. They are generally only here for about three weeks and aren’t travelling on a budget. This probably explains why the Philippines are expensive compared to most SE Asian countries, which leads me onto another bugbear of mine - the fact that these ignorant tourists ...