Tia'S Pension House
Travel Blogs from Mambajao
As the heavy fish laden boats come in, young and old jump in the surf to help bring in the catch. All ages shake the fish from the nets. Family members take small bags of fish. Children put fish in their shirts to carry. Others come to buy some directly. ...
... Travel to Dipolog City
5:15-5:45 Montanos Sardines Store
5:45-6:30pm Sunset viewing at the boulevard, Dipolog City
6:30-9:00pm Dinner (Che’s Birrhday)
9:00-9:45pm Travel back to Dakak Beach Resort
10:30pm-1:00am Swimming (pool and beach)
August 10, 2014
6:00-7:30am Breakfast and Packing
7:30-8:00 Check Out
8:00am-4:00pm Travel ...
... s really tropical. I enjoyed it here a lot, although I think the beaches could be better in other islands in Philippines. The dinner room in the hotel was very nice. It's about 50 M from the ocean, but there is no trees in the way of the ocean. There are lights that light up the room and everything is pretty clear. It's quiet until the chickens come out. It's a shame my time here was so short, but not much you can do about that.
... from Iloilo City, we took a ferry to Bacolod City, then a Bus to Dumaguete City, then another ferry to Dapitan City, then lastly a 20-minute car ride to Dipolog City. Whew! I had lost track of time during the travel because it almost took us about 16 hours trevel time (including waiting time, stopovers and delays) to get to Dipolog. But it's worth the time and the effort! We arrived safely and was greeted by my officemate's family. I can see the excitement and longing ...
... woven by the wives of the Datu, generally an elder of the community which is trained in spirituality and education. These patterns are considered sacred and the ones that are used for offerings. The best hinabol fabrics are woven into kamuyot, some sort of backpack or slingbag that is used to carry their bolos and practized as offering to their God or as a peace offering during conflicts with other local tribes.