Check Inn Hotel - Dumaguete
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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
Birthday Helen Solano!
woke up early as usual and packed up to leave for Dumaguete (yet
again!). After some huge, and tasty, mango pancakes and making very
sure that we handed in our key, we caught the resort's boat across to
Sipalay with the …
... us $25 each and we paid an extra $12 to have one of the crew take pictures with an under water camera. Later, they simply transferred the memory to our camera and we had over 70 pics of us swimming with the whale sharks.
We were given a small lecture on the do's and don't's - emphasizing the fact that we should never touch the large fish and be sure to follow all of the crew's commands. The whale sharks eat small fish and shrimp ...
... a boat over to the island that was arranged by our hotel Liberty's Lodge, the transfer cost £9 each. The boat over to the island is very small and you get splashed a lot especially in our case when the sea was quite choppy. There are only three hotels on the island with Liberty's Lodge being the biggest and the only one available over Christmas. The island only generates electricity for certain hours of the day, they were generally 6am - 9am, 12pm - 2.30pm and 6pm - ...
... Despite having almost no cars on the island the roads were brand new and in a superb condition. Apparently the reason for this is that the mayor of the Island was also the owner of a major road construction company – so not that much of a coincident after all.
A charming beach front bungalow at Charisma Inn was our home for the next two nights. One couldn't ask for a better location as you can see on ...
... river as the green canyon walls dropped away below was almost as exhilarating as speeding towards the rocks on the other side head-first with no idea how you were supposed to stop. We dropped in to see the adorable tarsiers snoozing in their sanctuary, and then grabbed some beers for the ferry to Sigijor. This time we’d managed to hire a jeepney to take us around for the day and didn’t even bother with the pretence of a game as we passed around the whisky and ...