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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
... ended up staying nearly a week!! After a couple of days by pure chance Henry walked straight into us!! We said goodbye to him on a different island a few days ago! Very random! We met a very funny and excitable couple from Melbourne, Rikki and Liam, turns out rikki has Israeli parents so her and tally were hebrewing it up! Me and Liam drunk copious amounts of beer and rum and played some of the worst pool you've ever seen but it was very ...
... of constellations in the night sky. The stars shone so bright that I can make out the silhouettes of coconut trees so abundant in Siquijor.
Tonight we had electricity. This meant the villagers were belting out videoke tunes. A Katy Perry number followed by some dance tunes and pinoy pop songs. Probably as a deterrent to the many spiritual demons the island occupants often whispered about. Legend has it that many villagers ...
... up and immediately initiated beer pong and other drinking games. Despite my usual modus operandi of preferring to stay relatively sober when travelling, I had come down to these parts FOR fiesta season, so I allowed myself to be swept up in the ruckus, and I particularly enjoyed having our resident DJ in the form of my fellow token Aussie Pete.
Leigh and Bepe, two young carpenters and best friends from England, were the nucleus of the group, since they’d ...
Next stop: Manila
Dumaguete is a university town and with all of the young trendy students living there it makes for a very different dynamic from other towns in the Philippines. One positive of a city made up of students from around the Philippines and Korea was that no one really took notice of the tourists or tried to charge us three times the normal price, I think this contributed ...
... br> been easy. Fruit and vegetables are surprisingly quite hard to come
by, as few shops sell them, mainly just inaccessible roadside stalls
so often crisps/ nuts are our only option when travelling means we
can't access a proper meal. In comparison to many of the other
countries nearby that I've visited there's also a much more obvious
problem with obesity, particularly evident with the teenage
population and really not that surprising given how many unhealthy