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Siquijor has quite a few interesting sights and seeing as we had been here for four days and not seen any of them we thought it best to get on the blower to Dennis again to see if he could do a days tour to show us some attractions. Well he was good to go, pick up at 10? Well as assumed he turned up just after nine, pretty much just as we finished our breakfast!! Got to love his punctuality in a country where timetables don't really exist. I digress...into ...
... spikes and porcupines. Some have jelly-like tentacles that allow small fish to seek refuge. Some look like a round Ritz cracker with round shape and edges all around it. These creatures/life are just crazy looking!!! I can focus on one coral and get fixated on it for hours studying its features. I also saw a huge turtle that must have been the biggest turtle I had seen so far. You just can never get tired of seeing turtles. They are ...
The boat started very early to head to the Siquijor island. We had 2 snorkeling trips becore lunch. After lunch 5 of us head out to the island for some site seeing. The best way to visit the island is on the motor bike. We rented 3 motor bikes and took the road in the middle of the island. We visited the Butterfly Garden first then the oldest tree in the Philippines then head out to ...
... board hats and everyone decked
out in their best clothes. Obviously we would have blended in well in
our stained, sweaty, smelly clothes.
arrived at Siquijor town just in time for the boat to Dumaguete, paid
our fares and terminal fees and headed to the waiting area. I had a
quick toilet stop, slightly disconcerted by the sight of a elderly
penis and it's owner as he weed next to me with the door ...
... the edge of the hilltop where a lighthouse stood, along
with an irrigation system and a small plot of vegetables. An old man
stood watching as we photographed the view and tried to find a way
to continue the walk across the island, his only response to our
friendly greetings, “Is that your husband?”. Nearby his crinkly
faced wife nursed a goat kid like a baby.
no obvious paths leading down from the hilltop we headed back to ...