After our little trip to bais, we head back to Dumaguete, all sunkissed and rejuvenated. We tried their famous Sans Rival in this cute pastry and bought some sylvannas for gift for home (located at #3 San Jose Street near Rizal Boulevard).
We did a little walking around to shop for some trinkets to bring back for our friends back home. The narrow streets are filled with tricycles & motorcycles. Just a few cute cars like Hyundai Getz & Suzuki Celerio can be found in the streets. I wish I had tried driving a motorcycle just for the fun of it. It cost P20 per hour. So I said, “why not?” But Mel made me come into my senses that it will be worth much more than P20 if I fell and knock my head off. So I put my motorcycle rider fantasies on hold for now, hehe.
A little later in the evening we met up with some friends of Mel who were training Family Med physicians just like us in a hospital in Dumaguete. We went to a ultimate hang-out place of Dumaguetenos at Hayahay Treehouse. We had a few drinks and listen to some old school alternative rock until midnight.
The morning after, our last day in Dumaguete, we ate breakfast, Duamguetenos style. We head to the public market and tried their Puto & Tsokolate (white-rice pudding & chocolate). I couldn’t say it was my cup of tea (no pun intended, hehe) but it sure was an experience.
We returned back to Hotel Palwa to get our stuff and catch the next trip back to Bacolod. Goodbye Dumaguete, Goodbye Bais! We will come back soon Dumaguete. And visit you Siquijor and Bohol! Adios for now…….