Insular Hotel

53 Silliman Avenue, Dumaguete, Negros, Visayas, 6200, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete

The most beautiful drive of all time.

A travel blog entry by kyley

... 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 ...

Iloilo (pronounced eee-lo eee-lo)

A travel blog entry by kyley

... what had happened to the guy who takes the money on THIS bus, and I was back en route to Iloilo City. They let me ride the rest of the way free of charge, since I'd already paid, and only one lady was really annoyed that it seemed like I hadn't paid for the bus and kept glaring at me and talking angrily to her husband.

From the bus station I hopped on a jeepney, and while all Filipino traffic is crazy, this guy was a jerk. He ...

Just passing through.

A travel blog entry by richierich33


... they have single rooms for 325 peso but i splashed out 400 peso for a double. The plan had been to catch the ferry from here to Puerto Princessa on Palawan but the next ferry didn’t sail until 7pm Thursday (today being Tuesday). I thus decided to head up to Boracay for a few days instead and then return here to catch Saturdays ferry to Palawan ...

Hello Asia

A travel blog entry by justkeepswimmin


... didn’t think it was deep enough to actually jump from that height so we gave it a miss!

Even just driving round was an eye opener into how people live. Cows, goats and dogs lie by the side of the road – sometimes in the road…, people sit outside their houses and watch the world go by and it seems pretty peaceful and slower paced. It was certainly a magical island for us and one we didn’t want to leave, but our next stop was calling in ...

Four Days in Dumaguete

A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011


... memories of crossing the English channel from Dover to Calais. The ferry was rocking like a cork and some of the waves had to be 8 to 10 feet in height that crashed into the side of the boat. But everyone remained calm and fine. (I remember many people puking over the rail on the ride across the English channel). We got off the boat and took a tricycle into a tiny village called Talawan. We were exhausted but knew that tomorrow was our day to swim with the whale sharks.


This hotel is located on 53 Silliman Avenue, Dumaguete.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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