Coco Grande Hotel Dumaguete
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... a colourful, Bob Marley style beanie and didn't seem to speak much English, or understand me too well. For some reason the ATM wouldn't give me any money, so I needed to go back to pick up some US dollars to change. The trike dude had trouble understanding that I wanted him to drop me off where he picked me up. He seemed pretty stoned. I don't think he could remember. We headed off anyway. Soon I spotted another ATM. Try that one. No luck. I went back across ...
... world!!! We wanted to go to bed except a Chinese girl had moved my stuff and put hers there, so I took it off my bed and gave it to her and she said it was her bed! Erm no, I don't think so and I can't take you seriously whilst you have what looks like wet loo roll stuck to your face! Upon further investigation... Basically me just asking her what she was doing... It was a whitening face mask! Her friend went to get the owner to ask me to move as she was there first but I said ...
Whale whale whale, what do we have here?
Since we didn't learn much about Whale Sharks on our interaction, here are some cool facts about the world's largest fish:
- The whale shark's a slow-moving filter feeding shark mainly on plankton.
- The average size of adult whale sharks is estimated at 9.7m and 9 tonnes, with the largest confirmed individual had a length of 12.65ft and a weight of more than 21.5 metric tons ...
... around the Island with views of village life and sweeping beaches. We stopped at another incredible waterfall where we spent an hour swimming and swinging from a rope swing. The water was a beautiful misty blue colour and the falls had three tiers they were amazing. We then wizzed back to our guest house just in time to catch our afternoon boat on our first leg of our trip back to ...
... 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 ...