Opena's Pension House

Address: 18 Katada, Dumaguete, Negros, Visayas, 6200, Philippines | Pension
 
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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete

Missionary Style

A travel blog entry by lullie on Oct 01, 2014

4 photos

... export'). The next day i only had a few hours before I left and with most things closed I wandered. I found myself serendipitously in the right neighbourhood for Russian diamonds. Apparently a diamond and silver ring costs less than a night in my budget accommodation! I would say they are fake but even cubic zirconias would cost more than this Australia and if they were fake why bother with two armed gaurds and bolting the door ? Whatever the case ...

Negros

A travel blog entry by toddy11 on May 27, 2014

4 comments, 22 photos

... gate. The announcements are in English and Tagalog, though I can understand neither. I follow the crowd.

To the wrong ferry.

That's two outta four ferries I have wrong so far this trip. Must do better.

I retrace my steps back to the gate and the man at the door looks at my ticket and points to a another door, 20 metres away. go through the it and follow a handful of passengers down a ramp, past some little shops, around a large truck, between ...

Siquijor Snorkeling and Cruising on a Motorbike

A travel blog entry by mcmactravels on Apr 03, 2014

... bricks, and lots and lots of graduation ceremonies--school just let out for the summer and each little town has a school. We also went snorkeling while on Siquijor. First we went right off of Royal Cliff, and then we went down the coast a it to a marine sanctuary right off of the super posh resort. It was great! We saw lots of coral and fish and fun colors. Some highlights were the nutibranchs, giant clams, colorful tropical reef fish I don't know ...

Swimming with whale sharks

A travel blog entry by jcatunao on Mar 18, 2014

6 photos

... trip. It was awesome as you can guess.

After swimming with the whale shark, we decide to check out Tumalog Falls. BCD made the arrangement for 5 motor bikes to take us to the waterfall and wait for us without any time limit. The waterfall was truly a gem, with its crystal blue water and cascading scenery. The waterfall was cool at first, but it was very refreshing especially if you go under the falls. The kids had so much fun.
Sumilan ...

Whale Sharks in Tan-awan

A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Jan 20, 2014

14 photos

... actual migratory patterns because they swim so deep in the ocean and their migrations may last a number of years. The feeding of these fish by humans has enticed a number of males to stop migrating and hang around in the same area. The females remain in much deeper water, safer from predators and this is where they mate and spawn. It only makes sense to conclude that if a large number of males do not migrate, the whole reproductive ...

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