Casa de la Playa Beach Resort
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Travel Blogs from Siquijor
... easy especially with a map. But without one I got incredibly lost, for around 3 hours, no matter which turns I took or hills I putted over in my scooter I kept managing to come back to this same gas station, with a toothless old beauty of a man named John. Everytime I sat a little bit longer drinking some very strong coconut wine with him. Just to see a burst of laughter and greeting grin everytime I returned over th same hill once more. Sadly, I found my ...
... eire calmness. The only real action happening was passengers getting of the boat and one very active tricycle driver who had run halfway down the pier to get our attention and business. There's nothing like being white and nearly 6 feet tall, sometimes it helps! Our man was Dennis, a lovely local who gave us a ride to our first destination on the island, Sandugan, on the north east coast. We lashed our bags to the tricycle and headed off through still and calm towns and along dark ...
... place a long and winding road, sounding the horn and waving at all, arrived back with num bums but a great day out, over 8 hours. They were going out for a meal I declined they then decided it was a long way back to the place they wanted to eat so we all stayed by the bar at our place, beer and local rum. On the move again tomorrow, ferry booked for 09.30. Off back to Dumagetty but haven't decided where to go on to from there but we won't stay there, you'll find out ...
... just 5 minutes away on motorbike from town) has buses departing for Dumaguete every half hour. I missed the 1230 pm service as it pulled away when I arrived. The journey took 5 hours with varying stages of passenger capacity from a fully seated bus to just myself and the driver with bus conductor to a cattle class bus of passengers hanging for their dear lives at the door. Although non-air conditioned, this bus route is ...
a chance to cool off at the Check Inn we braved the sun again. Our
next venture out was back to the 'Pick and Carry' phone shop where
after some confusion we managed to clarify what was wrong with our
new SIM – no credit! Bizarrely the way to get top up was to write
our new phone number on a piece of paper, hand over 30 Php to the
sales assistant and hope for the best! Somehow this strange system
did actually work! We ...
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