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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
I ended up staying 3 nights in Dumagete, mostly because I met some nice people there and I had nowhere to go until Thursday.
On my first full day I did some sightseeing- Dumagete really is a beautiful city, clean, friendly.
The pier is really beautiful, there are some sights- an old church, a statue of Rizal as always, a bell tower where people buy candles of ...
... the seat in the carriage of the tricycle while I rode behind the driver on his motor cycle. The road climbed inland away from the coast and the poor motor cycle was hard pressed to climb the hilly roads while carrying the two of us plus our back packs. We arrived 30 minutes later and my right sandal was smoking. While sitting behind the driver, there was no place to put my right foot - this is the side of the motor cycle that connects with his carriage. The ...
... than it was in Vietnam, we could see for around 20-25m underwater and the corals and the fish were incredible, so we put ourselves down for the next dive as well, then one for the next day and the morning before we left as well. All in all a very different Christmas Day.
The final dive we did on Apo Island just before leaving was the best one we've ever done, this was the dive site to see the big fish and it did not disappoint, it was called Coconut and it ...
... nicer restaurant before retiring early after a long hot day. -Alex Hooooot. That's the word right now. Man it's hot. Anyhoo only addition to Alex's post is that the "nicer" restaurant for dinner was good food and still only cost us 300PHP including tip, so like $7.50 CAD. We had chicken adobo for the first time which was great. And rice and a veggie dish. We've learned that the only way to get vegetables in ...
Having spent far too long on Palawan, we have made it to the Visayas islands, specifically the island of Negros. Attractions here include waterfalls, lakes and diving with turtles on nearby Apo Island. Rather embarrassingly, we were equally excited to find a bookshop, real teabags (Tetley admittedly but they'll do) and fresh milk. We are so English.
Moving around is hard work, getting from El Nido ...
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