I'm really lucky to experience a number of food trips here in Dumaguete City; most, if not all are free! There's a feeling of contentment and satisfaction that one can appreciate especially when somebody's paying for the meal. Heck, I don't feel guilty at all with all the hanging out. I will definitely create a definitive guide of the places to eat here! I just don't know when that is. hehe.
Food Trips in Dumaguete!
I've been here for a week and I'm going home tomorrow. I'm going back to Cebu from Dumaguete and I know it'll be a busy week again, if not hellish. I'm glad I was able to get this break, even if it's not a total vacation off a beach or anything far. Still, I'm able to experience and enjoy because I never imagined that Dumaguete has a number of fine places to eat and unwind and talk. It's been what, 6 years since I last graduated high school in the City of Gentle People and surely, a lot has changed. Well, maybe not all; Dumaguete still has that peaceful charm that can slow down a busy and fast-paced person.
At the Silliman park; camwhoring sessions with Nicole that I will be posting more as I get back to Cebu. This was an unexpected day but it was something eventful.
So the break is over, it's a good thing that I'm able to access my office emails while I'm here. At least I wouldn't get too anxious when I read a long trail of Unread messages in my work Inbox as I've slowly read them one by one during my free time. One word to describe my week here would be one of the best spots to just chill beside the sea in Escano. Yes, Hayahay is the term.
that says it all.
I will be posting more pictures once I get back, I just have a lot of stuff going on; plus other jobs like odesk and freelance work and updating my other blogs to think about. Sigh, Dumaguete City can make a tired person relax.
Note: This was supposed to be just a short teaser of my week's stay in Dumaguete but it turned out that I had a lot to blurt out. Am I really that talkative?
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