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Like Dipolog City, Dapitan City is also the most tranquil city I've ever seen. It is also the least traffic city I’ve ever visited. The city gives you an impression of a peaceful province rather than a city or town. Walking around gives you a very relaxed feeling. Dapitan is a coastal city with a noticeably smaller population. The city is surrounded by numerous mountains and the sea giving it a very serene and peaceful ...
... College, and most of all the City Market.
Wholesale, retail and merchandising stores are the most common form of business in the city. Several malls are also found including the Lee Plaza Mall and Dipolog City Mall. Prices of goods and commodities are remarkably lower. There are also hotels and lodging houses to suit your accomodation taste. Public transport includes provincial buses, tricycle, multicabs and motorcycles. There are no taxis in Dipolog ...
... final days, spread out along a path going up a dormant volcano. I'm glad I got this sweaty climb out of the way early in the morning so I could cool off the rest of the day in waterfalls and cold springs. Next stop was an old church that is now in ruins from a volcano eruption, then the site of the sunken cemetery which sunk into the sea after an earthquake. The rest of the day he took me to two cold springs, two waterfalls, a hot spring, and his home where I met ...
... Mercy, El Salvador
1:09-4:08 Travel from El Salvador to Mukas Port
4:10-5:00pm Arrival at Ozamis City Stop over – Coffee break
5:30-9:30pm Travel to Dipolog City (passing by Oroqueta City )
9:30 pm Arrival at Dipolog City Check in at Mibang Hotel, Dipolog City
August 8, 2014
9:00am Breakfast at Che’s residence
10:00-11:15am Tour ...
... befriended the goats while I took photos.
We popped in to a cold springs (too cold for my liking!) and had a little dip while fish nibbled on our toes. It was starting to rain, but not too much, so we weren’t really bothered when we hopped on the bike. Ten minutes later it was pouring and we were riding around on a motorbike in our shorts and t-shirts. We held on in the rain as long as we could before taking shelter in a café on a lagoon to ...