The Gazebo Pensionne House

Address: Corvantes Street, Dumaguete, Negros, Visayas, 6200, Philippines | Pension
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This pension is located on Corvantes Street, Dumaguete.
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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete


A travel blog entry by toddy11 on May 27, 2014

4 comments, 22 photos

... before or they have just met. She leans towards him and gestures to her table. He moves over and sits with her, sharing her food.

So, I guess he has something she wants. Maybe money for tonight for a service rendered, or perhaps more, a longer term thing, a relationship, stability, certainty, a better life?

I continue to watch them but I am distracted. A Filipina sits near me. I smile at her and she moves across and sits next to me. Her name is Karen and she works ...

Wish I made the most of it!!

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Mar 13, 2014

5 photos

... bus terminal. I said my goodbye to Roxane before boarding the bus. The price 175pesos which was the same as the internet, it was a good start. It took four hours to get to the bottom of Cebu Island, where I had to then catch a short ferry to Damaguete. The ferry was 62pesos, which again was the same price as the internet. Once I got on the island of Negro it was just a short jeepney to the centre of the city of Damaguete. From here I had to get a tricycle to ...

The most beautiful drive of all time.

A travel blog entry by kyley on Mar 03, 2014

... After about 10 minutes the man who told me they didn’t have a driver just took me on the trike? I don’t know.

His dog followed us up the road, and we stopped twice so he could throw sticks to get it to go home. Finally it just jumped in the cab and sat beside me on the seat. When I got to Sipalay I waited about 30 minutes with a sweet old lady for the bus.
Every trike driver who passed said "Hi ...

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 ...

Time for a RANT

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Feb 12, 2014

7 photos

... t disagree); “it’s just as, if not cheaper” (i’m not so sure); and lastly that it’s because they only have a limited amount of time (which neatly returns me to the 1st point outlined above). They also avoid the cities like the plague saying they’ve heard they are horribly, dangerous & not worth seeing. Well i think they are worth seeing and provided you are sensibly and careful they are perfectly safe. They ...

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