Rizal Boulevard is one of the landmarks of Dumaguete, where you can always see locals or tourists. At the end of the Rizal Boulevard is the Duma's famous logo in seven colours "I Love Dumaguete". On the other end of the Rizal Boulevard displays a variety of restaurants, coffee shops, hotels, and convenience stores. At night, all kinds of food stalls will be put out, selling small commodities or snacks.
Sisters of St Paul of Chartres Monument
The Bricks Hotel
The Philippines, like India and North Korea, is a country that is somewhat demonized. "Public security chaos", "local cunning", "life smashing", etc. are the impressions many people have made on the Philippines in the past, but what we have not touched, we really don't want to make a conclusion, seeing is believing, and being taken seriously.
When family and friends learned that I was going to the Philippines to study diving, I was deeply worried that diving can be anywhere, why do you want to go to the Philippines.
The real Philippines, the law and order is not as horrible as the rumors, the Duma locals are simple and enthusiastic, and they believe in Catholicism and Christianity. They will go to church on Sunday. I will do some small business in the street stalls and sell some fruits, peanuts and ice cream. Usually and comfortable, this is the normal state of their lives.
Philippines, and we are not as dangerous as we have heard. The hearsay is always false. It is the meaning of real travel to go straight to the journey and feel the true destination.
Dumaguete is also called Dumaguete. It is known as the Little Maldives. The whole city is not big, but it has a strong sense of book and freshness.
In recent years, its human fireworks and the paradise are perfectly combined. Temperament has attracted a large number of Westerners to settle here.
There are not many Chinese tourists here, and the sea is beautiful. Whether it is a leisurely holiday or a local island, it is wonderful to play with marine animals.