O.K. Pensionne House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsO.K. Pensionne House Dumaguete
It isn't clean (even blood (perhaps from a moskito was at the wall), bad looking bath, wifi doesn't work, badly soundproofed.
I've expected more, even for 550 P.
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