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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... low for a few days with a gastric bug. I was going to leave Dumaguete via a ferry on my last day, but I still wasn't well and I didn't want to travel. So I found a little place in Dauin, a beach house 20 minutes south of Dumaguete. I arranged through the hotel to get a car to take me there. Air conditioning is a must right now do me. A young man in a big double cab ute turns up and drives me south. As we got nearer he stops a couple of times to ask directions. The J&B ...
... to waste space on my memory card for a **** picture. Once I got to town took another walk around the town to calm down. This was far better than the lake(s) In the evening I joined a table with a lot of English people and a nice Argentinian girl and Swedish guy. My throat was still hurting so I wasn't doing much talking. Seb told me to drink warm salty water which helped the pain for little bit. I tried to eat some dinner, but I couldn't finish it due to my throat. ...
... ended up staying nearly a week!! After a couple of days by pure chance Henry walked straight into us!! We said goodbye to him on a different island a few days ago! Very random! We met a very funny and excitable couple from Melbourne, Rikki and Liam, turns out rikki has Israeli parents so her and tally were hebrewing it up! Me and Liam drunk copious amounts of beer and rum and played some of the worst pool you've ever seen but it was very ...
... to dive was stunning, Apo quadrupled that experience. You simply didn't know where to turn next. We saw a Red Snapper , Trumpet fish, Parrot fish, Green turtle, Moray Eel to name but a few. After our safety stop we ascended to the surface and clambered back on to the Banta. Our second dive following a break and hot drink was called 'Largahan' and was an exploration of a smaller hard and soft coral wall. Again a feast of marine life for the eyes - ...
... Asia. There is a long promenade along the waterfront of the city where locals and tourists alike come together for evening strolls around sunset. Across the street from the promenade are numerous restaurants with patio seating. Having a meal, while feeling the breeze off the ocean and watching the world pass by was a wonderful experience.
We also, of course, did some diving out of Dumaguete. The infamous Apo Island is a 30-minute boat ride ...
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