Coco Grande Hotel Dumaguete
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... who is a "*******", and who she has left) who is the police chief of some province on the island. She also has three grown up kids. She shows me a photo ID of her youngest who is some kind of a youth ambassador for something or other.
I order a drink for her and Karen. And some food too. We all kinda talk with each other, with Amoul translating sometimes when I cannot understand what Karen is saying. I get a picture of both of the girls. I have lots of friends Amoul ...
... The food was amazing and it was so cheap. The following day I had a bit of a lay in but still managed to eat the free breakfast that the hostel provides. Rice for breakfast!! I then spent the next few hours talking to Aline who was in El Nido. We were trying to book our flights to Taiwan, but both of our internet connections were shocking. Aline luckily went to a decent Internet cafe and managed to book our flights, even mine back to Manila. Both of us wasted a ...
... he just went in/out the window.
I was on and off buses for most of the day- to Hanoba-an, where I chatted with a Swiss couple and a Filipina who’d also been at Sugar Beach as they drank Mountain Dew out of plastic bags, and from there to Dumaguete. The whole day, from leaving the resort to arriving in Dumaguete took 8 hours? But honestly it was one of the most beautiful drives I have ever been on. On one side of the ...
... tired, not only due to the intensive snorkelling and diving but also because of the electricity on the island. It only comes on until 9 at night so when trying to sleep there is no fan to keep you cool, and it was very very hot....we hit the hot sack for our last nights sleep, exhausted but really amazed by the underwater paradise at Apo Island. The following morning we packed up and headed out back to Negros for a couple of days of rest and relaxation, parting ways with Ed as he ...
... took a 20min boat ride to Siluban. Then a short jeepney ride got me to the public market of the Dumaguete.
Since boats to Appo Island were all cancelled, decided to stay at the Harold's Mansion. Dorms with breakfast for 250pesos.
Walked around town then had dinner at the Asaya seafood before heading to Hay Hay bar for some Regei music and dance.