Coco Grande Hotel Dumaguete
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... s rooftop restaurant, getting a nice panoramic view of the city.
Hands up if you have been with a prostitute. Ok. Keep them raised if it was a positive experience. Right, interesting.
Now, I have no moral objection to prostitution. If a person wants to enter a business agreement with another person to rent their body out for a while, well, that's their decision. It's not love and it's not a reciprocal physical and emotional liaison with another person. ...
... sky's one on top of the other. It wasn't until the next morning when the tide was in that we realised what an absolute incredible beach we was on, Over hanging palm trees, pure white sand, clear bright turquoise sea and not a soul on it, the most picture perfect beach you can imagine, pretty much paradise. With such an incredible paradise beach almost all to ourselves, a pool and great food at the beach bar we spent 4 days there with out ...
... to get back on the bus to Cebu. We left around 11am and caught the bus right outside our guesthouse. It wasn't long until Aline needed the toilet again. I was winding her up by saying we still had four hours to go even though we were about an hour away. She didn't seem happy. In Cebu we checked into our hostel which was called Cebu guesthouse. It was very basic but suited us fine. We headed to the SM mall so that I could transfer all my pictures onto her memory card and ...
... and pick your song, then you sing as loud as you can so the mike pics you up. I stayed for over an hour, singing all the 80s hits I know, but thankfully I had dinner plans so I ducked out when Malcolm was singing.
I went back to Harolds and met up with Lina, Rochelle and Moa and we headed to the mall for dinner with Rochelle's brother and cousin. We ate at this ...
... almost never do and only regretted not doing in Japan and New York) it’s a lot easier if you have someone to mind the gear while the other seeks beds unencumbered. You can even get a better price when they see you’re more able to shop around.
On our way through Bohol to meet Dazza and co. we had a moment clearly demonstrating a major benefit of having a travel buddy. From the ferry we navigated our way to where we’d been told was the bus stop. There ...