Dumaguete City – the capital of Negros Oriental, aka “The City of the Gentle People”. People also call it the “university city” because there are four universities in the area – we got to visit Silliman University. Aside from visiting the city, a lot of tourist come here because it’s much easier to go to Oslob, Cebu from here instead of flying into Cebu City – more about that in my next blog!
This was my second time in Dumaguete, I explored the city and ate my heart out! Click the link below to see places where you can eat and places to visit while you’re in here 🙂
Day 2 of my detailed Cebu blogs features Canyoneering in Badian/Alegria, Kawasan Falls and Osmeña Peak! Click the link below to read more.
Full 4D 3N Cebu Itinerary can be viewed here!
As promised, I’ll be sharing more detailed blogs of my Cebu adventures – first up, Day 1! We were able to visit Simala Shrine and also tried some of the famous Lechon from Carcar. Click the link below to read more!
UPDATED AS OF: June 25, 2019
I’ve been wanting to donate my hair for a while now but I haven’t heard of any organizations that accept donations! After researching a bit I found out that Makati Med’s Cancer Center accepts donations. I emailed them and got the details! Then, last December I cut my hair and sent it over to them.
Click the link below to see the requirements and more info about donating your hair in the Philippines!
Last June 2018, myself and two of my college friends went to Cebu! We spent 4 days there and it was so much fun 😀 😀 but there is still so many places to explore in Cebu. I’ll definitely be back soon.
Sharing with you all our Cebu itinerary and budget to help you plan your trip here! 😀 Detailed posts per day will be up soon.
Last but not the least, probably my favorite island of the three (Alibijaban Island, Animasola Island and Tinalisayan Island) – mainly because of the rock that reminded me so much of the Lion King. Haha! Click the link to check out some of the photos I took.
Who doesn’t love a sandbar??? I know I love them! During our Island Hopping tour in Quezon and Masbate, we stopped at Tinalisayan Sandbar. Click the link below to see more photos of this place. It’s so beautiful!