Check Inn Hotel - Dumaguete

POS Marketing Bldg., Cor. Perdices- Dr. V. Locsin Sts., Dumaguete, Negros, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on POS Marketing Bldg., Cor. Perdices- Dr. V. Locsin Sts., Dumaguete.
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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete


A travel blog entry by toddy11 on May 27, 2014

4 comments, 22 photos

... for a meal. The walk along the beach is mostly dark. A couple of times some dogs bark at me aggressively (advice for you kids at home, if a dog gets aggressive, kneeling down and pretending to pick up something to throw at them will back them off, at least temporarily).

When I get to the restaurant, it's empty.

Wow, didn't see that coming.

"Squeezy Squeezy"
I check out in the morning and pay for my extra night, leaving a nice tip for the ladies. ...

Siquijor Snorkeling and Cruising on a Motorbike

A travel blog entry by mcmactravels on Apr 03, 2014

We caught a small ferry from Dumagete to the island of Siquijor, which may or may not be known for magic and mystical healing. It depends on who you ask; the government officials trying to promote local tourism say of course not (there are some very superstitious folks here) but during Holy Week before Easter there is a large gather at a very old tree where the elders make medicinal concoctions and love potions. Of course, this is all second and third ...

Whale Sharks in Tan-awan

A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Jan 20, 2014

14 photos

... 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 ...

Christmas, turtles and a proposal!!!

A travel blog entry by jamesnange on Dec 27, 2013

3 comments, 6 photos

... great visibility and we were able to see amazing fish and corals from the shore. After dinner we had local teenage boys perform on the drums to the guests at the hotel - they were actually pretty good.

The next morning (Christmas Eve) we went to snorkel with the turtles again and went for a walk around the island and found a nice secluded beach on the other side of the island, this is where it all happened. The next bit comes from James......


Whale sharks again.... yeahhhh ;-)))

A travel blog entry by claudiaroger on Jan 24, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

Our time in the Philippines was coming to an end - sniff ;-(((. But before heading back to Cebu to catch our flight, we made a short stop in Oslob. This place has come to fame due to it's whale sharks. Most fishermen here have quit their former profession and are now in the business of whale shark watching. So, instead of heading out to catch fish, they now take out tourists (for 30 minutes) to snorkel with the ...