A Journey to Siquijor

Posted by on Jan 30, 2012 in Siquijor | One Comment

From Manjuyod, I reached Dumaguete earlier than what’s on my itinerary time. So I decided to take my early lunch at Sans Rival Restaurant and just wait at the pier afterwards. 11:30am – Though my “Delta” ferry trip was scheduled at 1:30 pm, I was already at the pier waiting. 11:45am – I noticed that […]

Back to Dumaguete

Posted by on Jan 30, 2012 in Dumaguete City | No Comments

I found myself on an trepidatious fast bus ride going back to Dumaguete. And every time the bus driver hits the accelerator , I step on imaginary brakes in front of me. I’m not sure if the driver noticed it but his face is like a yahoo smiley that grins every time my body language […]

Horror, Mystery, and Good Life in the Middle of the Sea

Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in Manjuyod / Bais | 6 Comments

When there’s no electricity, there’s not much you can do. Although there’s a cellphone and 3G internet signal, I was saving my Galaxy S2’s precious battery power for emergency purposes and the fact that it’s half empty and it’s only 3pm. The tide has risen to approximately 4 feet and the winds got stronger. With […]

The Mangrove Tour

Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in Manjuyod / Bais | 2 Comments

My trip to mangroves was prearranged by the local tourism in Manjuyod. I paid 1 thousand pesos. The scene was quite interesting at first. But when I reached the end, I’m not sure if I was disappointed or just too curious that I expected to see angels singing hallelujah between the mangroves. Well… maybe this […]

The Sandbar Hut

Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in Manjuyod / Bais | 3 Comments

The Sandbar Hut If you search the Internet for Manjuyod/Bais huts, it’s rare to find internal photos of it. So for those who’s quite curious, here’s some snap shots… The one that I got (hut #2) is good for 20 person. It’s quite spacious and neat for it’s purpose. Based on tourism officer, it’s the […]