Cove Sands Beach Resort
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCove Sands Beach Resort Dumaguete
Resort Amenities and Tour:
Balanan Tour ( Balanan - is a lake) - 800 pesos each person
manicure and pedicure- 200 pesos
Apo Island Snorkel trip (minimum of 4 people) - 1700 pesos each person
scooter rent - 600 pesos a day (4 hours- 400)
massage - 400 pesos (1 hour)
horseback riding - 2 hours hiking (100 pesos/person
Monarch Sands Philippine Beach Resort here on Negros Oriental, Philippines, they do their best to make your Philippine Holiday experience memorable and worry-free. Whether you are a Master Scuba diver, or a beach potato, our Philippine Dive Resort facilities are constructed in an age old Philippine tradition. Handed down from generation to generation, from their bamboo floors to their Nipa roofs, each cottage is hand crafted the traditional way. They strive to provide you with the most personal service available. They've got a range of amenities and services that take care of your concerns, from dining options and rejuvenating spa massages to basic needs such as laundry, new Diving equipment to make your Scuba diving in the Philippine an exciting adventure.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Cove Sands Beach Resort Dumaguete
Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... once so he could top up his petrol tank before climbing a hill, and the other time as he went to speak to his brother who we passed (presumably at his home)
Filling up with petrol here must be sponsored by the Coca-Cola company as petrol stations are a small shed like hut with a collapsible table in front with glass 1litre and 500ml Coca-Cola bottles on it filled with fuel. You pay per bottle and pour it straight into the tank. On our rented scooter we ...
... our hobble-hobble drivers were still waiting for us (another year when Jim was here he said they didn't wait, and he had to walk four hours down the mountain), so we got that adventure again, though it was much easier to hold on going down. The last interesting thing that happend was that our easy-ride driver was holding a live black bird in his hand while driving his mini-bus along. And this bird had devil-red eyes. It was just odd.