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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... could come down to what I ate this evening. Most local food stalls and restos were closed for the holiday with the exception of McDonalds and Jollibee (both open 24 hours) and a handful of international cuisine restos along Rizal Boulevard. I had an expensive mexican burrito and juice for dinner and later went to McDonalds for supper. In the middle of the night, my stomach rumbled awkwardly and diarrhea kicked in. Or rather, out. ...
... together through Asia for many months and Leigh’s sister Sam and Venezuelan vacationship Mary swelled the group. Within the wide reach of our boozy first conversation that afternoon was Leigh’s theory on how you could tell how long someone had been travelling by three criteria – beard, bracelets and bumps (to the feet). It seemed pretty sound until I looked at my self. I’d trimmed my face relatively recently, long since gotten over the common ...
... found out, by people bellowing up and down the corridor at 6am.
There was even internet – phew!
headed out early, the streets slightly quieter than usual, and with
some difficulty found a jeepney to Valencia, a small town near the
mountains. It only took fifteen minutes to get there, travelling
through beautiful tree lined streets, crucifixion poster boards
surrounded by piles of flowers and a few NGO buildings.
... overdone... until it didn't.
Within minutes of the "yachties" & our parade walking in, more and more people followed. Simon unsuccessfully requested a Red Horse beer - not fully understanding that we were in someone's house and not a bar. And I unsuccessfully turned down the invitation to sing. So hey, if I could bring St. Patrick's Day to Melaka, why not introduce Duran Duran to the Cartegena. And with that, the lyrics to ...
... night so we are going for an Italian. It will be sad to say bye to Miss H / Captain Slow. We have had a great time since we met the drunken Aussie in Malapascua! But seem as though she has invited us to go see her Down Under i guess it would be rude not to go and see our 'roomie'!!
As for us, we are going to stay here for a couple of days, then heading to a place called 'Sugar Beach', as someone told us this is a place we HAVE to visit while we are here!