Coco Grande Hotel Dumaguete
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... I first met her. My Aunty Sulpecia and other parents invited her to teach English in the village and each week she would walk there to give lessons.On another day Ma’am Sue came to my house and we made some paintings together. She adapted the rhyme “This is the House That Jack Built” as an English learning tool, and practical guide for children and experienced designers alike, with accompanying roughly sketched illustrations. This is what ...
Over at Sibulan, the port town, we get our first 'habal habal’ into Dumaguete and check into the hotel.
A quick recce through town and up the seaside boulevarde at sunset, where we note for the first time homeless people. In order to assist the local economy and poor peoples of Dumaguete we head straight to the recommended bar ‘Hayahay’ up the top end of town.
A reasonable dinner as we watch the ...
... br> I have not organised where I am going next, and I'm still feeling a little ******, so I extend my stay for an extra night. It's quiet here and the bed is very comfortable.
The ladies tell me that there is no food at the house, the idea I think, is to bring and prepare it yourself in the kitchen. They tell me there is a dive resort along the beach that has a restaurant. I go for a walk.
The sand is a light brown colour and coarse. My Boracay beach ...
... airport but the were all saying 100pesos. I was having none of it. Time was running out so I eventually had to settle for 50pesos. Manila When I landed in Manila Aline was already there waiting for me. We caught a taxi to 'Pink Manila' which was both of ours first hostel in the Philippines. We just paid for the lounge day which was 250pesos instead of getting a dorm for 450pesos. We then took a trip to the police station for Aline to report that her camera, iPhone and ...
... with fan room and ensuite. The promenade fronting the sea is close by. Families were already out in tow, strolling or simply just enjoying the views out to Cebu and Siquijor in the distance. Some say Negros was named after the black sands at Dumaguete. I will take that with a grain of salt but the sands here are indeed black in colour. Or rather blackish.
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