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Curvy roads and hungover. Bad mix, so we slept.
A little car nap was good for us. At first we thought we weren't going to find it. The hotel was more north of Oslob than we had anticipated. We also didn't anticipate that our 'hotel' (not really a hotel, really a house with two rooms out back, where we stayed) to not have food either.
The mosquitos were bad so I tried to stay inside while we developed a plan. Rick mentioned our hunger to the lady working there ...
It's around midday as the fast ferry comes into dock. It's taken two hours to get here from Tagbilaran where I stopped overnight after arriving from Cebu. I can see the Rizal Boulevard running along the sea wall, with fancy lamp posts and trees. Behind the city in the distance I can see the mountains.
Dumaguete is known as the City of Gentle People and the capital of the province of Negros Oriental. It has a population of 120,000, and is popular with expats. I ...
After our few days at Alona beach we was once again on the move and traveling to Siquijor Island. We arrived at Siquijor with no idea what to expect, no accommodation booked and only £8 in Peso which also turned out to be a problem as there was only one ATM on the island and it was quite a journey. We had read about a place called Coral Cay Resort so decided to try it to see what it was like and hope for the best, luckily they had 2 ...
... to going to a hot springs with him tomorrow, but he was a bit sketchy so I kept avoiding the question. Then he asked what I was doing for the afternoon, if I wanted to meet some crazy people, and if I could sing.
I made sure where we were going was close (I can get home alone from downtown if it's sketchy) then I agreed and we were off to videoke at a local bar.
Bar may be ...
... so close to me that I felt myself being pulled by his current. It was an exhilarating experience.
However, there are problems with this that for the moment are not being addressed. The whale sharks are warm water fish, that live world wide in an equatorial ribbon that circles the globe. They rarely wander north or south by more than 20 degrees latitude. What is natural to these guys is that they migrate. At this time, little is known ...