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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 ...
... and indy band festival down in the forecourt from our perch above. Not the best skaters in Dumaguete, but they are keen and they wear all the street cred gear. One chubby guy (who reminds us very much of a young friend at home) is having a crack and he’s got all the coolest gear…doesn’t make him skate any better though. He soon drops from the comp.
Home in another tricycle (habal habal, the Filipino version of a tuk tuk) and off to ...
... 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, ...
... healer. He was hesitant at first, worried that he might not find the healer's home but after some confirmations with his mates, we shook hands and we had a deal. The first stop, not too far from San Juan, is the mystical 400 years old Balete tree. Legend has it that the tree is bewitched and its roots sprout spring water from the ground. The villagers then built a pool containing the spring water for people to dip in. Any ill and evil notions about this ...