dumaguete to siquijor

From Dumaguete to Siquijor, we’re still planning it out. We have 5 hours to think if we’ll push through. Most likely we will, I just can’t say in final until I’ll have the tickets.

I don’t know what to expect in Siquijor, but hopefully it will be good. The only available trip would be at 6pm so we still have to wait.

I’m still here in Cafe Noriter, Dumaguete. Circee introduced me to this place and it’s a really nice because I can call it a large stationery store because of the many simple and personalized decorations (photos, vinyl disks, books, licensed plates, even the lamps and the chairs) that one can just sit back and relax and drink your favorite coffee or sip a blueberry banana shake. They have wifi service available which is free if you buy at least one drink which is pretty reasonable considering the connection is fast. Anyway, I’ll probably be creating another entry out of it later on.

For now, I’m still making the most out of my time here. Hopefully, Siquijor will be another nice travel adventure.

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