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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... the hold in the distance, with a bar, restaurant, pool table and comfy leather sofas. There isn't a great deal to do in Dumaguete so it was nice to have this area to chill out in. I met a really nice French/German couple and we rented a couple of bikes one day to explore a little and came across the waterfall in the photo. It ...
... of constellations in the night sky. The stars shone so bright that I can make out the silhouettes of coconut trees so abundant in Siquijor.
Tonight we had electricity. This meant the villagers were belting out videoke tunes. A Katy Perry number followed by some dance tunes and pinoy pop songs. Probably as a deterrent to the many spiritual demons the island occupants often whispered about. Legend has it that many villagers ...
... to indicate that we’d found the spot at this backstreet intersection other than a random guy milling about there on his mobile phone. He approached us to ask where we were going (Panglao) and seemed friendly at first, but then bizarrely clammed up and pretended he couldn’t hear us when we tried to ask further questions. This douche ended up being the conductor of our jeepney (bus made from an elongated ex-US Army jeep) where we were squished in with the ...
... weeks in advance. They also informed us that the weather was very
poor that day and we would only have a 50/50 chance of seeing
we decided to have a wander around the market so that the trip hadn't
been entirely wasted. After buying more fruit, we wandered past the
stalls of pungent fish and an array of slimy, bloody meat. I was
slightly disturbed when a passing middle aged lady greeted me with a
... left for showering. I thought it was just a cruel joke. Nope. But have no fear - once we get underway in the morning the water maker would be going full throtle.
After our fresh water rinse it was time for a delicious 30 peso beer (or two) with Trevor. Some quick math... 30 pesos is about 80 cents. No chance that'll come back to haunt us.
My first Philippine dinner was... interesting. We had picked up a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking