Back on March 1 Narissa made this comment “your posts helped many to see how beautiful our motherland is.” This reminded me of something that I realized when I was in Cebu. Particularly when we were traveling from Cebu City to Tuburan. We hired a van for the day and went on the south highway, . . . → Read More: Do You See What I See?
Well, I hope you all have enjoyed my travels to Cebu and Dumaguete. I just loved making the trip and taking all the fotos so I hope they have done some good. It is my hope that those of you who had never heard of Cebu now have, that those of you who only . . . → Read More: Hapit Nako Mahuman (I'm Almost Finished)
Food! Something that all people share together, the need for food. Food can be dull and plain or it can be appealing and appetizing. Here are some of the delicacies you can partake of in Cebu and Dumaguete.
Clockwise from the top left. Isdang sabaw (fish soup), Baglay (pork intestines), Puso’ (rice cooked in coconut . . . → Read More: I’m Hungry Again. I Need More Food.
After Valencia I wanted to see Bacong. Bacong is just south of Dumagete City and seems like a nice area. It’s very close to the sea. An ex-pat friend of mine just moved here and is renting a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for less than $100 per month. Sounds like a great deal to . . . → Read More: Bacong, Negros Oriental
The next day I decided to do some exploring of the surrounding areas of Dumaguete City. I have heard quite a bit about Valencia as it sits higher up in the hills and reports are that it is cooler there. Walked out of the hotel and down to the boulevard and found a tricycle driver . . . → Read More: Valencia, Negros Oriental