Saturday, June 9, 2012

The Rizal Boulevard

If ever you get to visit Dumaguete, you'd have to drop by their famous Rizal Boulevard and just feel the scene of people walking by. It's cheap and you don't have to spend much.

Boulevard isn't extravagant, but it's with the simplicity of having different lights from various establishments and lamp posts illuminating the black landscape that makes the location a great place to hang out. Couple it with the cool breeze and great company, not to mention cheap food, you can't help but just ponder on life and life again.

The beauty of Dumaguete, it's as if everything is in slo-mo. You enjoy the situation, feeling  like a poet, even for just a moment.

Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres

29 October 1904 - The Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres arrived from French Indochina (Vietnam) upon the invitation of Bishop Rooker of Jaro, Iloilo.

Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres Seal

Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres

Great food... Great bars... if you want to relax at the same time do your usual weekend habit in manila, this is the best place for you. a bunch of restaurants and bars awaits the tourist to experience the cuisine of Dumaguete.



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