Travel Blogs from Siquijor
From Cebu city we travelled south via Ceres coach and car ferry to Dumaguette (Negros Island) - 6hour journey for only a fiver..bargains. Even though the aircon didn't work the journey was not bad, loved the random folk that the bus stopped to let on to busk their wares on the way; anything from what looked like rice crispie squares, huge bags …
... spielen oder sich aus einem Plastikfaden und einem kleinen Sackerl einen Drachen gebastelt haben.
Gut, zurueck zum Reisebericht.
Die Natur moechte vor uns nichts verstecken. In Neuseeland ist der Vulkan nach ueber 100 Jahren ausgebrochen, als wir dort waren, hier gab es das erste Mal nach ueber 50 Jahren einen Taifun der Staerke 3.
Viele haben es bestimmt in den Nachrichten gesehen. Leider wurde das Land teilweise (vorallem im Sueden) schwer ...
... slides built into the cliffs and was not really worth the ride; the forest leading up to it was better than the resort. All of our rides we had people waving and yelling hello to us and we tried to wave back or honk the horn. Our last two nights were in a different hotel as it was 1/3 the price and we were running out of cash. Both were nice, one was just right on the beach and the cheaper one was across the road from the beach. Our last day here we had to get back into town to buy ...
... the famous Simillan University, founded in 1901 with the contribution of the English eponymous patron.
The campus looks good with a large central lawn and several buildings on both sides that guest the various university faculties as well as a beautiful church, a sports field and the oldest building at the southern end, which now houses an interesting anthropological museum that I visited , discovering ancient urns, ...
... Wheeeeeeere?!?!?! DOLPHINS!!!!!" Then I saw them in the distance, jumping up out of the water, one or two at first, then five or six, then squillions of them and they were getting closer! The whole time I was being a complete tool, squealing like a complete eedjit, and basically just losing the plot. In my defence, dolphins are very cool, and this was the first time I've seen them (other than reruns of "Flipper" when I was 6 years old).
The boat crew kept banging on ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Agripino Siquijor
Great beaches just below, lovely staff, clean rooms and good value...what could be better!
Dare you to jump off the platforms into the sea.
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