Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... here which is very inconvenient. Today was spent wandering around the city. We started in the morning following the shoreline walkway around the bay. Lots of activity along the road but not too many people on the walkway and very few boats in the water. There was one group of local kids swimming, just next to a boat wreck that was right in the corner of the bay. Next was towards the centre of the town for me to pick up replacement ...
Having spent far too long on Palawan, we have made it to the Visayas islands, specifically the island of Negros. Attractions here include waterfalls, lakes and diving with turtles on nearby Apo Island. Rather embarrassingly, we were equally excited to find a bookshop, real teabags (Tetley admittedly but they'll do) and fresh milk. We are so English.
Moving around is hard work, getting from El Nido ...
... ve got a seriously big head. Tom, oblivious as ever,
just carried on watching the on-board film (co-incidentally Robin
Hood!) while people beamed, waved and perved!
soon arrived at the port of Lilo-An where the fast craft travelled
across to Sibulan on Negros. I had (another) battle with incontinence
when the surprisingly friendly security guard at the gate's gun
brushed against my stomach. There are a few too many guns over here
for my liking!
... at kids, dodging dogs, chickens, cows in the road, just a shame it was freezing!!
Apart from all that though, it was great, we still had a laugh (mainly us laughing at Captain Slow), but were relieved when eventually we got back , as i am writing this just as it decided to rain the hardest i have ever seen it since we have been here!
We've made a change to our plans by the way, we were going to stay here a few days and Krissy was going to leave as she doesn't have as ...
... offers a soothing feeling to the tired feet. This is relatively small as to what I expected. Its a cute piece of wonder I must say.
Bomo ok Falls
A habal habal ride to the location of the falls will warm the cold hearted as you will be
going uphill almost on the edge of the cliff in between two towering mountains. The falls is glorious! It was so high you won't see the watersource looking up. The vast stone walls distributes ...