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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... Where are you going?" then laughed and joked
to each other about driving to Dumaguete. When the bus finally came it was PACKED. The hilarious thing about non-air con buses is there’s a sign at the front “SAFETY FIRST Please Wear Your Seatbelt”, but they cram so many people/things/coconuts into the bus that I was literally hanging out the side door. The driver couldn’t get through the bus, so when he had to ...
... as being tourists not only because we were the only ones wearing crash helmets but the lady selling the fuel offered George a funnel to get the petrol in!
We had our scooter (nick named squirt) for 2 days and used it to drive round the island. The roads are pretty empty apart from around school pickup time where the kids loved to wave and say hello as we drove past. I think they found it funny we had helmets on as it’s definitely ...
... If they can iron out the details, it has the potential to be a win-win.
We spent much of our time in Dumaguete exploring the sites of the city - from the bell tower to the University - and getting a laugh out of the very American restaurants and bars. (we ate in a place called 'Casablanca' with posters of the movie stuck all over. Next door the bar was called 'Bogarts'. I kept looking for 'Ric's' but maybe I am getting too old and am too much of an old ...
... effectively squashed when children splashed about in the pool. I wondered if they knew about its legend?Nevertheless the tree still looked creepy to me.
We rode to Cang Asa village to the home of a healer on a trail under the cover of rainforests. Reminiscing of a B-grade thriller hollywood film, we solemnly approached the weary looking hut in the drizzle (imagine haunting and eerie soundtrack in the background). In my mind, all I ...
... back into service after 8 days.
The trip takes 2 hours and it costs around 680 pesos.
I travelled with Per from Denmark. We got to Tagbilaran in Bohol around 6 pm. After having dinner at Payag which has really yummy chickens, we crashed at the Nisa Travel Inn.