Sta. Monica Beach Club
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... to part a few days earlier than planned. I knew that I liked Alona Beach and I was able to snag a great hotel deal using Agoda, an Asian service like Expedia. Stayed just one night at Pura Vida then moved to Dumaguete for an overnight stay and will catch the ferry this afternoon. Dumaguete looks like a lovely place. The waterfront boulevard is lined with restaurants and bars and bustles with tourists and ...
... We agreed with the driver on the amount of PHP 100 for both of us and convinced him to pick us up at 5.30 but we felt he didnīt like the idea of waking up at 5.00 so much. Well, as expected he didnīt show up and at 5.40 we lost our patience and flagged down a tricycle that finally charged us exactly the same price (PHP 100 for both of us). The morning was quite chilly but luckily the journey didnīt last more than 20 minutes. We reached the Whale Shark Watching Point in Tan-awan a ...
... I read in the "conditions" when I checked in. But she is persistent, and a little drunk.
But then so am I.
We drink so more.
Can we go now, she asks.
Somewhere in the last 3 beers, I went from.....
I-understand-your-circumstance-and-I-am -not-judging-you-Karen-but-I'm-not-inte rested
Things get a bit sordid from now on. No gory details, but if you ...
... down the hill and get some petrol. It took the **** a little bit, but he did apologise. Once we reached the top, I had to yet again pay a entrance fee with was only 20pesos. From the entrance I had to walk down some really steep steps until I was at the river. I passed a guide along the way who informed me that I had to cross the river a couple of times until I reached the waterfall. This meant I had to hop on big rocks to cross the river. It made the walk ...
... see the ocean, gorgeous cliffs, beaches, coconut trees, and on the other it’s rice paddies, fields of sugar cane, hills covered in banana trees, and the outline of a volcano in the distance. I regret not taking photos, especially at dusk, but it was too beautiful to look away. Do yourself a favor and google “Pictures of Negros Philippines.” All I could think about is how I want to come back and rent a motorbike ...