South Sea Resort

Bantayan, Dumaguete, Negros, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bantayan, Dumaguete.
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    Travel Blogs from Dumaguete


    A travel blog entry by toddy11 on May 27, 2014

    4 comments, 22 photos

    ... quite drunk as he leans over and says something to her. He then moves to the bar, returning with a couple of beers which he puts on her table. She says something to him, leaning close and talking into his ear. He wanders a little way from her and sits down across from me and next to some local men. A waitress brings some food to the girl and she starts eating. The man wanders back to her and helps himself to some food and returns to his seat. I can't work out if they know each ...

    Beach Paradise. And an earthquake

    A travel blog entry by brettandemma on May 14, 2014

    19 photos

    ... heavy rain! A tropical down pour. We pulled over and got some shelter in a concrete basket ball arena which at the time was hosting some dancing class where what looked like special people was dancing to a interactive video of disco classics like YMCA and The Macarena. It was pretty ridiculous but funny and kept us entertained while we waited for the rain to stop and at least it's a lot better than their awful Karaoke which they all seem obsessed ...

    The most beautiful drive of all time.

    A travel blog entry by kyley on Mar 03, 2014

    Today I left Sugar Beach, which is not an easy thing to do- first because it's so beautiful, and second because it’s complicated. Walked 15 minutes up the beach with my backpack, found a paddleboat driver and went across the river, found a trike but the man told me they didn’t have a driver?
    So I waited while they inflated the tires on a motorbike, then two other guys headed in to town on the motorbike to bring back a ...

    Hello Asia

    A travel blog entry by justkeepswimmin on Feb 12, 2014

    49 photos

    ... at the port that there were no taxis. At least none of the car variety.. We did manage to find some transport in the form of what they call a tricycle. It's basically a motorbike with a side car. It was quite a bumpy journey which we were fine with but we were constantly checking that Jo's bag, which was unsecured on the roof, hadn't bounced off the back of the vehicle. Even the driver kept checking periodically and smiling to reassure us! We stopped twice along ...

    Four Days in Dumaguete

    A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Jan 18, 2014

    11 photos

    ... it to 4 when the weather turned stormy and windy and the ferry run to Cebu was in jeopardy.

    Dumaguete is a peaceful town of about 120,000. It has a wonderful coastal area that is neither all harbour nor pure beach. It has all kinds of restaurants and bars and a very large University that dominates much of the inner city. What struck Monica and I so much about this town was the large number of caucasian men who have settled here. Many have ...