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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... beach itself is absolutely beautiful. Its isolation means less visitors. Although only a small beach, her white sands and clear waters rival those at Boracay.
The sunset over Apo Island in the horizon currently ranks number 2 in my top 3 beach sunsets. The only drawback was that I had to make my way out on a dirt track in poor light. At the main road, no tricycles appeared to head in my direction so I started walking and appreciating the revealing ...
... almost never do and only regretted not doing in Japan and New York) it’s a lot easier if you have someone to mind the gear while the other seeks beds unencumbered. You can even get a better price when they see you’re more able to shop around.
On our way through Bohol to meet Dazza and co. we had a moment clearly demonstrating a major benefit of having a travel buddy. From the ferry we navigated our way to where we’d been told was the bus stop. There ...
... attempt to find a boat was back in the town centre, much to the
tricycle driver's delight. He took us to the hidden Tourist
Information Office. Up a flight of stairs we found the unmarked,
closed door and we encouraged by the crowd of waiting tricycle
drivers below to knock, each providing a visual demo of how to do so.
When the door eventually opened we were greeted very enthusiastically
but discovered that all the whale watching tours had been booked ...
... resort when we arrived. We revved, bumped and rattled our way along
the 15km to Siquijor town as he enthusiastically honked at each of
his numerous acquaintances. Along the way we were (of course) joined
by his friendly brother- in -law who hopped on the motorbike along
with his guitar, off to play some tunes in church. It's graduation
time at the moment and several ceremonies were in progress as we
passed with children ...
... of the steps, through the older couple's garden and finally found
the track back down to the village. The combination of crumbling mud
and loose stones didn't exactly make the journey easy. We slid down
the cliff side grabbing hold of the odd twig or branch while I tried
to remember if air ambulances were included in our budget travel
making it safely to the bottom and a bit disappointed about the whole