Hotel Camila Dipolog
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... facing the sea and according to our tour guide it was the place where Jose and his girlfriend used to share their romantic memories. The huge rock is surrounded by a small lagoon. A few meters away is an open auditorium which, according to the tour guide, served as the teaching place for the children of Dapitan. You will also see the small clinic at the center of the park wherein the national hero used to treat the eyes of his ...
... you will witness the most spectacular view of sunset pretty much like in Manila Bay.
You may also visit the city church, right beside the St. Vincent’s College and fronting the City Hall. You will be impressed by its exteriors and elaborate interior designs. In my one-week schedule in Dipolog City, I always see to it that I can attend holy masses held at 5 pm. Try to visit as well their Provincial Capitol, the City Plaza, the elite Dipolog ...
... Mercy, El Salvador
1:09-4:08 Travel from El Salvador to Mukas Port
4:10-5:00pm Arrival at Ozamis City Stop over – Coffee break
5:30-9:30pm Travel to Dipolog City (passing by Oroqueta City )
9:30 pm Arrival at Dipolog City Check in at Mibang Hotel, Dipolog City
August 8, 2014
9:00am Breakfast at Che’s residence
10:00-11:15am Tour ...
... were pretty intense and the captain took his time (which I was thankful for). We arrived on the shore of Apo Island after about an hour, and I was immediately in love. The island is only a few kilometres long, and is inhabited by only a few hundred residents. The sun was setting, and the kids were out playing on the beach while the adults sat and chatted. All we could hear was laughter as we stepped down from the boat and waded through water ...
... and laidback, not similar to the buzzling streets and noise of highly urbanized cities in Manila, Cebu or even in Iloilo. The City is clean too. There are no jeepneys or taxi cabs, just the unique tricycles will take you anywhere you want to go within the city.
Their famous boulevard is also pretty neat. There are lots of stalls or small restos which serves anything you want to eat. What I remember most is the landmark of the city, the big circular fountain ...