Lazi Beach Club
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... around the island without stopping in less than 2 hours. Charlie, gave us the highlight tour, stopping at:
Guiwanon Spring Park , viewing point. 10 pesos to enter.
Salagdoog Beach , the beach is in a resort where you have to pay to enter. You can swim or cliff dive in the crystal clear ocean water, swim in the swimming pool, snorkel, and have lunch at there restaurant.
Old Balete Tree , a 400 year old tree. The greatest thing ...
... native birds and provided a chorus of choral songs and chirps a real delight to be woken up to. We arrived during the early afternoon and fancied a little walk into the town of San Jose where there was a lovely fresh spring, in which you could swim, and two European restaurants. We headed to one to get some chow, sitting on their veranda watching football on cable TV and munching my way through a footlong was a lovely way to spend the afternoon before walking back to the resort ...
... every now and then my hand automatically drops the paper below. This will require some more time to adjust. Today I left the resort for the first time and went to Dumaguete town. Actually it was the first time I walked anywhere in the Philippines and I was quite nervous for some reason! I had never been in a jeepney or a tricycle and had no idea how to hail them or get off or ...
... hours, I arrived 8 or 9 PM. We went to the Philippines fast food chain called Chow King. In the morning, we took a ferry that took one hour to get from Dumaguete and did a day trip in Siquijor. Siquijor is famous for having witchcraft. The Philippines people are very superstitious about this and no one wants to come here. Foreigners are not so scared of this. Philippines people think that there are witches here standing ...
... one of the overcrowded chemists. We soon
discovered that we're in trouble if we get seriously ill over here.
All I wanted was a packet of throat sweets but I soon began to worry
about the severity of my illness, given the lack of treatment
available and the fact that it took three sales assistants to confer
about what medicine might help me. Offered a random, and very
expensive, tonic we gave up, but later found a chemist selling