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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 …
... coastal roads, arriving at the resort well past 8 o'clock but there was a room available and we thanked Dennis, took his number (as seems to be custom on these islands) and settled in to a plate of chips, fish and rice and a nice early evening...travelling is tiring!
There are two main areas to stay in Siquijor, the north east beach and the south west beach. We planned to visit both and our first area was a gorgeous long sand beach, facing directly west into the setting ...
... lovely waterfalls and went spelunking in a cave. The latter was very nice indeed with a clear stream running through and great stalactites and stalacmites. Already in Sabang (underground river cave) we wanted to explore the cave closer and longer but where not allowed to. But here we were and got pretty wet and dirty as we had to squad down and squeeze through narrow passages - cool! Only depending on the light of our flashlights, we ventured ...
... Unfortunately, our Filipino wasn't up to an explanation of why we
were really walking so we politely finished up the conversation and
you walk ten miles in 32C plus heat you have no idea how much
potential the body has to sweat. Whoever said that women only glow
was a big fat liar, or only spent time in cold countries, or maybe
just never met me. At one desperate water stop I was oozing so much
that I couldn't even hand over the money. ...
... really safe. All exits were blocked with all the packages and the waves didn’t helped. Anyway after 1h we were there, rented a motorbike and start looking for accommodation.
The city isn’t big but the only way to explore it is by motorbike. After a long, nice ride and meeting some people we choose our little paradise at casa de la Playa. We had a waterfront cottage that seemed more like a mini house since we ...
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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