Amontillado Beach and Dive Resort
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Amontillado Beach and Dive Resort Negros
Travel Blogs from Negros
... Just seems to suck the life out of you and as everything is a climb...well here is that diet thing again. In the end, just moving and grooving and somehow cohabitating with our fellow man. Way too much to ever really write about as the stimulation of this...is hard to really explain in a few words.
And so,we meet again in the future with another report. Past that, please check out TAP's video compilation and look for the mystery cow??? ...
... would like to stop and photograph along the way but its really difficult to photograph as I move around this country. The people are poor and I don’t want to have electronics out in their face all the time, its often raining (we have had a few low pressure typhoons) and when you are on the move in local transport there isn’t the room to be trying to take photos. So you wont be getting a lot of pictures of the country that Id like to share with you sadly.
... her friend could take us to the nearest ATM (1 hour away) and back on a motorbike. We had no choice really but only Pete went and it tuned out to only be 1 hour there and back and they only asked for PHP 300 which was pretty fair. I would never really trust any estimated timings that locals give you, it's not that they're lying, they just are not very good at estimating or just don't know. Lesson learnt- always have enough cash, everywhere seems to be pretty ...
... which the locals loved. They would all stand proudly at their stalls showing off their loot. Cock fighting is huge in the Philippines so we would often come across large huddles of Men comparing and trading cocks, again they loved having their pictures taken.
Dumaguete is a large University town so there were lots of young peope around. Our hostel was next to a large, very cheap supermarket called 'Rickys' where we stocked up on food to eat in our ...
... on a bus that did not have AC and had rather small seats and continued our rather uncomfortable ride to Dumaguete. A couple of hours later, we arrived, hired a taxi driver, (in a real taxi automobile) and found an inexpensive hotel called the Gazebo.
After crashing for a night, we did some hunting around and found a nicer spot called the Hotel Nicanor and ended up spending the next 3 nights there. We had planned on only spending 3 days in Dumaguete ...