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    Thumbs up SIQUIJOR ISLAND - untouched beauty

    share ko lang i went to siquijor nung summer, stayed at my aunt's house and i enjoyed it a lot. going there, you have to take a pump boat (P55 per head, 3 hour ride) or supercat (P100+, 30mins-1hr) from dumagete city (negros oriental). you can take a look at some of the pix i took here.

  2. #2
    eating ice for lunch
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Metro_Manila
    wow ganda! how i wish may kamag-anak kami dyan.

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    may resort din nmn dun, name niya COCO GROVE dali *** din nmn *** transportation dun kc *** jeep umiikot lang around the island

  4. #4
    Life is such a beautiful!
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Location
    pakalat kalat
    Grabe! ang ganda nga

    salamat po sa info!

  5. #5
    yes, ganda talaga dito! i go here every year!

  6. #6

    Thumbs up

    Yeah diba this place was even considered to be the next site of Survivor 6! Sana mapuntahan ko to.

  7. #7

    Siquijor!!!

    abondoned limestone quarry overlooking the sea. when you look down, you can clearly see the whitesand bed with a lot of fishes swimming in it *heh*
    http://www.geocities.com/pigarotti108/9-lime.jpg
    early morning at a beach near our aunt's house. no ppl, no resort, no huts. long shallow water spotted with little urchin niches.
    http://www.geocities.com/pigarotti108/21-beach2_14.jpg

  8. #8

    more pix

    for only P20 per head (exclusive of accomodation and food), you can enjoy this remote beach...
    http://www.geocities.com/pigarotti108/37-beach3_07.jpg
    same beach. lots of jutted rocks to shade yourself while you sit and relax on the cool shallow shore.
    http://www.geocities.com/pigarotti108/41-beach3_03.jpg
    a REALLY CLEAR and BLUE waterfall.. wala pong naglalaba jan
    http://www.geocities.com/pigarotti108/47-siqfall01.jpg

  9. #9
    aaahhh awesome pics!!! fyi, siquijor is actually my last-namesake. but i don't come from there neither have i been there at all. been wanting to visit this island every since. can anyone tell me the expenses? transpo, lodging, food?

  10. #10
    i can only give tips based on my experience we boarded superferry going to dumaguete city (almost P2000 per head, one way, tourist package). upon reaching the port, you can also see different pump boats and ships which can take you to cebu, siquijor or any nearby island. supercat will take you to larena city, siquijor and the other s would take you near lazi, siquijor. im not so sure about the other port destinations, you may want to inquire about it when u get ther marami nmn *** byahe nila, kaya nde ka mauubusan. supercat will cost you around P400-P600, faster. pumpboat fare is around P45-P55, depends. and oh, if you're gonna the the pumpboat, i suggest you take the one on top the ride is about 3 hours. it's advisable to pack light.

  11. #11
    ang ganda ng pics... ang 'pinas talaga ay pinagpala... nway, from bohol kaya, paano makarating ng siquijor? how much *** lodging doon? PHP 20 lang ba talaga? thanks

  12. #12
    um, *** P20 entrance fee *** sha ng particular beach na to. i haven't inquired about the lodgings eh. may ibang mga popular resorts din sha (maganda to pramis!) i think name nya coco grove. i don't know kng merong derecho bohol-siquijor, ang alam ko kc meron *** bohol-dumaguete. you may take that route.. or ask nyo yung mga ferrymen, alam nila yan.

  13. #13
    btw, if ever mamamalengke kayo ng food, may ibang parts ng siquijor puro fish and gulay lang ang benta, but it's really cheap. the pork and chicken meat are usually delivered on sundays only. sa city *** tlaga *** mas meron.

    do ask around, sobrang bait ng mga tao dun, they love to help.

  14. #14

    more pix! :D

    st. isidore church. it's near where i stayed, i guess it's still in lazi.
    http://www.geocities.com/pigarotti108/18-st.isidore1.jpg

    shore view of siquijor from the pumpboat.these are not resorts, they're mainly residents hehe.. ayos no, araw araw beachfront-whitesands ka?
    http://www.geocities.com/pigarotti108/7-siquijor.jpg

    beaches here are THIS clear. cute ng jellyfish no? purple!
    http://www.geocities.com/pigarotti108/30-beach2_05.jpg

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    Talking

    oh my! ganda naman ng place na yan...kaya lang takot me punta jan eh. dami daw mambabarang jan. hehe. peace!

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    http://www.byahengbarok.com
    Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Location
    Manila, PH
    my friends and i have a website where we chronicle all our travels during holy week. we've already been to siquijor and our website might help our future travellers to the island. our website address is http://holyweek.tripod.com. it contains travel info, transpo, fares, accommodation.


    sabine

  17. #17
    hey sabine!!

    nice yung site mo ha, very informative!

  18. #18
    http://www.byahengbarok.com
    Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Location
    Manila, PH
    thanks, pigarotti! :-)


    sabine
    http://holyweek.tripod.com

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    wow! gusto ko rin pumunta dyan!!

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