Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Dumaguete Trip - Day 01: Falling over Casaroro

After a rather forgettable breakfast at the palengke, it’s straight to Valencia to see Casaroro falls. It’s worth the trip as the falls is breathtakingly beautiful even though it’s rather desolate and isolated. From the Valencia Town Plaza, one can hire a motorcycle driver to take one through the largely rough and steep road to the Mt. Talinis jump-off where the Casaroro falls is located. 

Tidbits: Prepare to haggle as the motorcycle drivers tend to charge varying prices – anywhere from P100-150 one way. Negotiate for the return trip not unless you’re willing to hike through steep, muddy, and rocky road for an hour or so. To get back to Dumaguete, ride the jeepney with the signboard: Dgte-Valencia. Fare is P10.00

6 comments:

eric said...

Hey Oggie - I'm really enjoying this series of photos. Clearly I live too far away from the equator. This is the view out the back door of my office today. -2C, breezy, and snow flurries with much more of the same until next April. Thanks for the warm thoughts!

lagal[og] said...

thanks for the warm note. just looking at your view makes me shiver in contrast :-) hope the pictures here help warm even your eyes in turn.

estan said...

ganda ng layering ng photo mo pre. matagal tagal ko na rin di napunta han to.

dodong flores said...

Nice photo. I hope I can see more photos of this series. Your narrative is short yet very precise to every detail of information...
Thanx for sharing this. Sana makakasama ako sa susunod na mga adventures ninyo :)

lagal[og] said...

dodong, you're welcome to join us. thanks for dropping by :-)

dodong flores said...

Thanx, Oggie. :)

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