Tag Archive | Negros Oriental
Dumaguete City: A City of Many Names
Dumaguete City is often called the “City of Gentle People.” During our visit, however, we suddenly realized it’s more than that. Dumaguete actually wears a few other well-deserved names!
Mt. Talinis: The Last Frontier of Negros Oriental (Part 2)
We had a great sleep, thanks to the cool weather (12 degrees Celsius). The next day, we woke up to a cold, wet, gray morning as a gentle drizzle showered the landscape. The mist that descended on Lake Nailig made everything ethereal and magical as brilliant colors muted.
Mt. Talinis: The Last Frontier of Negros Oriental (Part 1)
Ever since we started mountaineering, we’ve always wanted to climb the verdant slopes of the gorgeous Mt. Talinis in Negros Oriental considering that the mountain is relatively close to Cebu. And we heard exciting stories about it: the unspoilt trails, the virgin forests, the gentle lakes as well as the agonizing terrain, the dangerous slopes, and the exhausting trek.
We were not disappointed.