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... in the cafe at Charisma when she was due back at school, only to be told that she was 27 (!) and would be picking her youngest up from school in a few hours' time.
By the next day our flights are cancelled and gone, and we are forced to stay put while the storm slowly turns and gathers it's strength, just over the horizon. By the second day the storm seems to have slowed and shifted its track gradually north toward Manila, and it looks as though we have ...
... the island 72km to go back to where we started. Crazy white tourists.
Into the township , the Fiesta is ongoing though with slightly less freneticism, which is in complete contrast to the other side of the island where it’s business as usual, school is in, fisherman are working. We then discover that Mr Erik isn’t even open, we can’t even find his stall !!! He doesn’t answer his phone.
J-she makes do with some Fiesta popcorn, which thankfully ...
... us having a dinner date on a night that wasn't a Saturday!! Anyway, we had a lovely evening with them before we had to say cheerio. The best apart about travelling is the people we meet. Safe travels to our new Austrian friends.
Dumaguette is a very typical Philippine city - noisy, busy, dusty and crowded. It was a nice couple of days though and gave us some time to regroup, get some money, ...
... was a nice place to have a swim, with nice blue/green water. I had a short swim, but Sarah gave it a miss. After we went to have a look at the Enchanted Balete Tree. It's very old and apparently has magical things happen when some people are around it. We stopped at Castaways Beach Cafe for lunch on the Beach. Its a nice cruisy place with a nice pool table. Chilled out here for an hour or so ...
... 10 pesos and it definitely worth the visit. This waterfall is one of the tallest in the island of Negros. Close to 100m. There are 300 steps to take down then walk through broken bridges. You definitely need a guide with you.
When we got back to the city, I checked on the boats to Bohol. Unfortunately for the last 6 days boats were cancelled due to mechanical problems.