Honeycomb Tourist Inn
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... My driver had gone. Wonderful! I flagged down several other trikes. They shrugged, not knowing Jora Ville, and sped off. Almost potless and lost in an unfamiliar city. Things weren't looking too good. I showed another trike dude the photo I took when leaving earlier. He nodded and I felt renewed optimism. Apparently, he didn't actually know where it is though. He pulled up a couple of times for me to show the photo to people. More shrugs. Eventually, a ...
... we only had one charger between us so had to sleep near the plug! Pathetic excuse I know but this bunk was next to the fan and she moved in the end anyway! Ha!
Today's Budget - 1602!
Breakfast - 165
Trike to Jeepney - 20
Jeepney to Valencia - 12
Trike and Guide - 200
Jeepney to Dumaguete - 12
Trike to Hostel - 20
Trike to Boat - 20
Boat to Siquijor - 170
Terminal Fee - 15
Accommodation - 328
Trike to Hostel - 125
Dinner - ...
... uses to filter feed
- Whale sharks have five large pairs of gills
- The head is wide and flat with two small eyes at the front.
- Whale sharks are grey with a white belly.
- Their skin is marked with pale yellow spots and stripes which are unique
to each individual.
- In the Philippines, it is called butanding and balilan. The whale shark is featured on the reverse of the Philippine 100-peso ...
... was 1.5 hours later. With hours to kill I wandered into the terminal with low expectations. As it turned out it had massages from people with a disability for 200 pesos. It was the cheapest and best, convenient not to mention for a good cause, massage that I have had so far. For those who couldn't offer massages they had been given some somewhat questionable training in the art of gospel singing. So time flew by and before I knew it I was ...
The older ladies' husband arrives in a tatty van and we drive along the dirt roads to the main road. There was a 'round van discussion' before we left which didn't include me. One of the ladies at each window and the husband at the wheel, talking in Tagalog about getting me to Dumaguete. Seems I am to take one of the many little jeepney vans into town. I thought hubby was taking me all the way, but that's okay. He coaches me during our five minute trip to the main ...