Dumaguete City


Dumaguete Buglasan Rodeo: Palm Trees & Cowboy Hats
Standing next to the dusty corral I thought to myself if I blurred my eyes and couldn't see the palm trees I might think I was back in Montana instead of Dumaguete. As a part of the provincial Buglasan Festival…
Live Music at Hayahay: Frying Nemo Plays Dumaguete
After two months of playing and practicing around Dumaguete, Frying Nemo was starting to gain some momentum, although at the end of August Steve De neef our lead guitarist had to return to his home in Belgium t…
Dumaguete Santacruzan Parade: Wanna Be Famous?
At one of the provincial tourism meetings I've attended in Dumaguete I was asked to be an escort for Santacruzan Parade in May. I was surprised to be invited, so I said "yes" right away. After getting my tradit…
24 Hours in Dumaguete: Exploring the Gentle City
After leaving Palawan, Preston and I headed back to my Peace Corps site in Dumaguete. It was fun to show him around some of the highlights of the town here since he's the first family visitor, and I had to make…
Shopping Dumaguete: Exploring the Local Markets
Buying fresh food is a part of daily life in Dumaguete, and the local produce market is the best spot to pick up the ingredients you need for breakfast (pamahow), lunch (paniudto), and dinner (panihapon). The D…
Things That Aren’t Supposed to Be Funny, But Are
Sometimes things that aren't supposed to be funny turn out to be hilarious. Maybe it is the neighbor who builds a 30 foot tall mural of himself in front of his house completely obscuring his otherwise nice view…