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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... laten zien op de scooter. Top! De volgende dag zijn we met de hele familie gaan eiland hoppen in de buurt van Cebu. Ook dit was geweldig! Helemaal super om zo onder de locals te zijn. Ik zal het dan ook nooit vergeten! Ook hebben we het plaatselijke nachtleven verkend en dat is niet verkeerd kan ik je vertellen!
Vanuit Cebu heb ik wederom ...
... Beach Resort
This is truly a setting that could easily be described as a
Tropical Paradise. Imagine the thrill of sipping coconut coolers while
relaxing under the shade of a coconut tree? Or tossing the occasional
banana to an inquisitive monkey?
Of all the Dumaguete resorts, this is where the
snorkelling and diving is at its most exquisite, and if you really want
... falls. We negotiated down to ($2.50) for a trip to the falls. During the steep uphill trip the tricycle started really struggling, eventually our driver stopped and said we had to walk the rest of the way, "it's just over a kilometre more". Given that we were only taken halfway to our destination, we renegotiated the fare and settled at one half (-$1.25) [halfway for half the price seemed fair]. A lovely uphill 1500m walk in the heat of the day was ...
... Ma'am!'. I hope she was referring to
my appearance, not my inappropriate nature. We couldn't resist
another tasty meal and some people watching at CasaBlanca and again,
weren't disappointed. Unfortunately, the atmosphere was a little
tainted by the domineering German man sat behind us who felt the need
to bellow constantly at his sullen Filipino wife. As I wasn't feeling
very well (a mild ear/throat infection) we had an early night.
... somewhere clean and quiet
and nice smelling for a couple of hours!
a quick summary of our trip so far:-
visited - 17
stayed in - 15
eaten - 80
curries eaten (Louise) - 17
of ding dongs eaten - 20
consumed - 50