Dumaguete – 12/02/07

Pasalubong Buying at the Public Market. Torta = P10, Puso = P5, Budbod plain = P10, Budbod sa Kabog = P14, Cassava Cake = P10, Banana Cake = P10.
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Breakfast at Harold’s – Toasted Bread, Jam, and Coffee – Free! [no pix]

Top View from Harold’s Mansion
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The Twin Lakes Tour – Using my rented motorbike!

The Seaside Road at Sibulan
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The Entrance Road to Twin Lakes
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The Scenery Upon Going to Twin Lakes
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The Entrance Gate of Twin Lakes
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The Last Leg Road to Twin lakes Proper
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The Lake Balinsasayao
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It took me 2 hours to get here by motorcycle
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And it took me only 1 hour to go back Dumaguete City
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Lunch at Foodnet Dumaguete City P64
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Rizal Boulevard at Day
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I saw again the Pinoy Solo Traveler like me
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Sans Rival Restaurant – Since it was a Sunday, this shop closed at 2pm. Actually most of the establishment in the city is closed, except those in the boulevard strip.
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After here, I returned my rented motorbike. I think I covered more than 200 km. There was still gasoline when I returned it. My gasoline expense was P230. The route I covered: Dumaguete City – El Dorado Beach Resort (EDBR) – Dauin Town – Malatapay Market – EDBR – Kookoos Nest – Antulang Beach Resort – Tambobo Junction – Dumaguete City – Around Dumaguete City – Twin Lakes Sibulan – Dumaguete City.

Sumilon Island View from the Plane
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The End

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