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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
Simon writing. We left Siqijour and took an hours boat ride to dumaguete city which is on negros oriental island in the south, as soon as we arrived here it felt similar to Puerto Princessa, which we loved. We got a tricycle to a guest house which we read about called Harold's Mansion, it was a great find, the rooms were a reasonable price and they had an awesome rooftop bar/restaurant/lounge area, with pool table, we booked initially just two ...
... beach itself is absolutely beautiful. Its isolation means less visitors. Although only a small beach, her white sands and clear waters rival those at Boracay.
The sunset over Apo Island in the horizon currently ranks number 2 in my top 3 beach sunsets. The only drawback was that I had to make my way out on a dirt track in poor light. At the main road, no tricycles appeared to head in my direction so I started walking and appreciating the revealing ...
... clashes rises exponentially, as does the time you spend waiting for people who “just need to…” When Darren and J-Ro were reunited at Hope Homes cabanas in Panglao we made 9!
Group dynamics – Panglao – 5-9/5/12
I got along pretty well with everyone in the group, and I like them all, but their style of travel is a bit different from mine. Hope Homes was empty when J-Ro and I arrived, and peaceful until our new ...
... who had hiked in the middle of the day.
We walked the 1500m back to the fork in the road where we had been dropped off and were able to flag down a large pick-up truck that was transporting workers back to Valencia ($0.00). The jeepney back to Dumaguete and tricycle ride back to the hostel were easy and at a fixed price. Price of the tour: $40
Price of doing it on our own: $3.45
And we got a free 'bonus’ hike. ...
... ve seen so far. Walking around
the streets we got a friendly response with people smiling and waving
every few steps and very little hassle from tricycle drivers or
sellers. We wandered in the sunshine to the harbour and Rizal
Boulevard promenade where (worryingly) a huge half sunken liner was
visible in the distance. As no one else seemed bothered by it we soon
realised that it had been there for some time. First stop was the
harbourside 'Coco Amigos' restaurant for ...