Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... our way to our last stop the Lugnason Falls. There wasn't even any water running here, not even a drip, but the young boys on the gate were still happy to charge us to go down there. Haha typical. We stopped at the Port to buy our boat tickets for the morning then we had an ice cream and a few local treats from the bakery. Back to our hotel to chill out and have another nice dinner at there ...
... before (see entry: Cambodian contrasts and contradictions), but the plot thickened when we were in the Phils. She showed me her Facebook messages from friends and family in the US. Her inbox was full of messages either telling her that she was “throwing your life away” and “wasting your education” by travelling (as if her awards would lose validity), or from others who called her “an inspiration” and “wish that I could do what ...
... nearby church tower. Tom was disappointed
to be unsuccessful in his hunt for banana cake again, us both having
been obsessed with finding more since Dumaguete.
was such a relief when the jeepney finally arrived and we rattled and
clattered our way back, trying not to let anyone smell us. A few of
the people we'd chatted to during our walk waved at us as we passed
much needed showers we spent the afternoon on the beach ...
... rope swing can hold 81kgs, about double the weight of the locals that were using it!!
So as you can guess it did, and two minutes later Miss K is joining in the fun!
A few pics later, dripping wet ( of course we didn't bring a towel ) , back up the steps, on the bikes, we are pointed in the right direction to the caves by a local, and away we go!!!
The more we went, the steeper it got , the narrower the roads got,tarmac turned into mud, the sky ...
... in happiness. I wondered why she talked to me in English but I responded "It was ama(y)zing! with my fake Australian acccent. She then took a closer look at me tilting her head and asked if I was Korean. Moved my head from side to side without saying a word. The look of frustration on her as she will have to charge me like a local renting her locker.
I bought roasted chicken and enjoyed lunch with the family at my homestay.
Sights from ...