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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Palwa Dumaguete
Before moving into my apartment in Bacolad I spent a few nights at the Hotel Palwa downtown. What a nice place for the economical price of $21 a night. The room was old but cozy. Shopping, sightseeing, immigration, the waterfront, and many places to eat were just a short walk away!!
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... far from Talucoy to house those who lost their homes. The news is dominated by those on islands further north, who keep getting hit by typhoons and still haven't got a place to live. It's pretty bad..... but the pope is visiting them next weekend so that will help.
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... House was apparently off the beaten track a little. We arrive finally after negotiating dirt roads through semi dense jungle and bamboo houses.
The driver stopped at a large steel padlocked gate. Behind it was a solid two storey white building. I recognised it from the online photos. A middle aged Filipina rushes over and opens the gate and greets me.
Inside I met another older Filipina. I wander around as they sort through a box, looking for my room key. There is ...
... wanted to go out at least once in this city because it's known for being a university city with good night life. So we all went out together, everyone took a trip to the ATM where I went to the pharmacy to get some more medicine. We then headed to Huay Huay which is a big bar along the seafront. They had live music playing, it was shocking, but at the same time it was entertaining to watch. I started to drink red horse here which seemed to numb the pain. After a ...
... 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 ...