Blog Posts - Dumaguete



Best Grill Tocinohan in Dumaguete: Escarda Tocinohan

One of the reasons why I fell in love with Dumaguete City is its inexpensive food destinations and one of this is Escarda Tocinohan. Named after its owner, who is also a faculty of Silliman University, this famous tocinohan is not only known for its...

Driving in Dumaguete

It had never been my intention, when arriving in the Dumaguete area two years ago, of ever driving an automobile in this city. I don't drive a motorcycle, and I was content to make my way about Dumaguete by way of easyride or tricycle. My only reason...

Sure, I Can Adapt.

I prefer having a routine. I'd like to think that I'm not compulsive concerning any routine I follow, but I enjoy the feeling of having a certain amount of control in life. Spontaneity can be OK, but chaos can drive me up the wall.Having made this my...

Looking Back My Journey On 2015: What A Year It Was

In today’s generation with the help of social media sites people can scrutinize a closer look of what has been up of The post Looking Back My Journey On 2015: What A Year It Was appeared first on Where Is Cebu.
by Where Is Cebu on Mar 13, 2016

10 Reasons to Acquire Real Estate and Settle in Negros

As of 2015, the Philippines was in the top 25 countries in the world to retire, and it comes in third among the Asian countries. In the Philippines, the two provinces of Negros Island  — Negros Occidental to the west and Negros Oriental to the...
by First-time Travels on Mar 10, 2016

Review: Liquid Dumaguete Dive Resort

During our scuba diving holiday in Dauin (Dumaguete, the Philippines), Dutchie and I  stayed at Liquid Dumaguete Dive Resort. The location is secluded next to the beach, away from busy […]...
by indahs travel photography on Jan 27, 2016

Review: Liquid Dumaguete Dive Resort

During our scuba diving holiday in Dauin (Dumaguete, the Philippines), we stayed at Liquid Dumaguete Dive Resort. This is my first time publishing a review of a travel business in […]...
by indahs travel photography on Jan 27, 2016

Apo Island – Diving with Turtles

Apo Island is a small island located in Negros Oriental province of the Philippines. It is only three km around with hills in the middle of the island. I have […]...
by indahs travel photography on Sep 16, 2015

Smile Like There's No Tomorrow in Lake Balinsasayao, Negros Oriental, Philippines

ALL-TIME FAVORITE POST FROM 2011 RE-BLOGGED:Rising above 1000 meters above sea level, hail to one of the gems of Oriental Negros' tourism. A major attraction in the region is the beautiful and awe... Backpacking trips around The Philippines, Asia an...
by Pinoy Boy Journals on Aug 22, 2015

Negros Region: a Benefit or Bother

Negros Region: A Tale of Two Cities “It is in the nature of those in the bottom to seek the easiest route; it is the nature of men on top to seek honor and the most ambitious success it is … Continue reading →...

Voodoo Chile.

On another of my blogs, [dumaguetewebsite,] I wrote of my discovery of a little cafe in Dumaguete - The Rollin' Pin. This post is not a retelling of that story; one can click on the link to read it.No, this post is about the music mentioned in that p...

Dauin: Muck Diving with the Clowns

Located in the Philippine province of Negros Oriental, Dauin offered exciting dive sites for the muck divers; scuba divers who loves muck diving. Not many scuba divers love this type of […]...
by indahs travel photography on Jun 10, 2015

Filipinos Urged to Conserve Electricity During Pacquiao-Mayweather Fight.

I feel like I should state, from the beginning, that the source for this story is not Internet News Network (I.N.N.) . I confess, I've been guilty, in the past of posting links to satirical web stories, like Dead Beatles Reincarnate and Al Gore Sues...

One Bethany Place

One Bethany Place is located near the national highway where most transit buses from Bacolod to Dumaguete travels through. It’s location offers a good variety of establishments which includes a small tourist attraction of the province’s S...
by República Negrénse on Apr 15, 2015

Style (and Packing) Tips for Vacation Travels

This blog sure had a very long hiatus. To make a year-long story short, I got a promotion last year and work stuff just piled up. But a friend of mine reminded me that I have a blog. And I thought, "Summer's just around the corner. It's an excellent...
by The Clothes Muse on Feb 21, 2015

Express Yourself through Instagram

I guess most bloggers have been familiar with Instagram. Without doubt Instagram is a popular social media application and used by millions people around the globe. It was reported there […]...
by indahs travel photography on Jan 24, 2015

Tropical Storm Seniang.

For those looking for news on Tropical Storm Jangmi (AKA Seniang), check my other blog, Dumaguetewebsite.

[Travel] Buglasan Festival 2014 - Dumaguete City

Dumaguete City is known for the best place to retire in the Philippines. This gets me curious why it is dubbed as that. After my Masskara Festival trip in Bacolod City, I went to Dumaguete to check out what is in store for me.I didn't know that Bugla...
by The Joe Ray on Nov 22, 2014

Dumaguete and Toastmasters Speech Contest

It’s almost Christmas! Time flies so fast! I’m in a coffee shop here in Dumaguete as I am writing this. It’s my first time in Dumaguete and I must say that Dumaguete is such a charming place. The people are gentle. The eating places are ver...
by Seminar Philippines on Oct 27, 2014

Finally, a New Keyboard.

A few weeks ago, my on again, off again problems with the keyboard on my P.C. became completely "off". The letters qwertyuiop would not type. There was no fixing the problem. I simply had to get a new keyboard.It was late in the month and I hadn't b...


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