Honeycomb Tourist Inn

Rizal Boulevard corner Dr. V. Locsin St., Dumaguete, Negros, Visayas, 6200, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rizal Boulevard corner Dr. V. Locsin St., Dumaguete.
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    Travel Blogs from Dumaguete

    Negros

    A travel blog entry by toddy11 on May 27, 2014

    4 comments, 22 photos

    ... talks to me. She leaves for while, saying one of her friends is looking for her foreign husband.

    Around this time I find out Karen has a four year old girl in Cebu. It doesn't really surprise me. There is no husband, Karen has to support her child on her own. She is also supporting my thigh a lot. I told her I will not take her home and gave her some money, suggesting she talk to one of the other men. They won't let me take a friend back to my room, I tell her, ...

    Wish I made the most of it!!

    A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Mar 13, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of our day trying to book a couple of flights, which should of only took half an hour. We were just glad it was all booked and were looking forward to seeing each other again. In the afternoon I headed to the waterfall which was a jeepney ride away in a small town called Valencia. From here I had to hire a motorbike to take me up the mountain. I had a really nice guy who took me up but he ran out of petrol half way up. I had to walk half an hour on my own, so that he ...

    The most beautiful drive of all time.

    A travel blog entry by kyley on Mar 03, 2014

    ... see the ocean, gorgeous cliffs, beaches, coconut trees, and on the other it’s rice paddies, fields of sugar cane, hills covered in banana trees, and the outline of a volcano in the distance. I regret not taking photos, especially at dusk, but it was too beautiful to look away. Do yourself a favor and google “Pictures of Negros Philippines.” All I could think about is how I want to come back and rent a motorbike ...

    Hello Asia

    A travel blog entry by justkeepswimmin on Feb 12, 2014

    49 photos

    ... norm there. The road round the island is about 72km with various things to see along the way. Our favourite spot was the Cambugahay waterfalls. With it’s steep 150 steps down, we arrived at a beautiful 3 tiered waterfall where you could swim in the waters below. There was a Tarzan style rope to jump in and a higher ledge you could jump off behind the waterfall. We also stopped at a beach where they have diving boards into the sea. After some inspection in the ...

    Four Days in Dumaguete

    A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Jan 18, 2014

    11 photos

    ... of these ex-soldiers liked it here and returned in their middle age. Immigration from the US to the Philippines is relatively easy I am told. Other major factors, besides the climate, include the fact that English is spoken predominantly, and Catholicism is the major religion. For a westerner, there is not that much culture shock in the Philippines. Also the poor economy makes it easier to live here on less. The food is fairly plain compared to other ...