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Old July 21st, 2014, 01:28 PM   #61
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An old house at Siquijor (See-kee-hor) Island


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Old July 23rd, 2014, 09:25 PM   #62
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isnt that the convent right next to the church?
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Old July 25th, 2014, 01:26 PM   #63
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Tsk, tsk...I would have wanted for wind farms to dot the mountains of Bandilaan, and solar power too...
Agree, although these RE needs more studies for viability compared to having a diesel generator on a off grid area.
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An old house at Siquijor (See-kee-hor) Island


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we will visit siquijor next summer.. getting excited!!
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Old November 3rd, 2014, 03:26 PM   #67
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Old December 6th, 2014, 03:23 AM   #68
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Need Advice

Bringing a small car and family to siquijor 2nd week of december:

-Is it recommended to bring a car to siquijor?
-Does Dumaguete have a RORO that can accomodate vehicles to and from Siquijor?
-If they do how much do you think they cost (rough guess)? car is small, a Toyota Altis
- If the RORO rates will be too expensive for us, is it safe enough to leave the car inside the port of Dumaguete?
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Old December 6th, 2014, 03:56 AM   #69
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Need Advice

Bringing a small car and family to siquijor 2nd week of december:

-Is it recommended to bring a car to siquijor?
-Does Dumaguete have a RORO that can accomodate vehicles to and from Siquijor?
-If they do how much do you think they cost (rough guess)? car is small, a Toyota Altis
- If the RORO rates will be too expensive for us, is it safe enough to leave the car inside the port of Dumaguete?
A car would be very convenient. There are plenty of tricycles waiting outside the Siquijor town port but a trip around the island will set you back 500-600 pesos (takes around 6 hrs with brief stopovers at the tourist spots along the way). Moving around on public transport isn't cheap; from Siquijor town to the beaches of San Juan which is the next town, most trike drivers charge 200-250. The biggest towns are Larena and Siquijor and even in the poblacion areas, it sometimes takes 25-30 mins before you find a trike that's willing to take you. Also, bring enough groceries with you.

I don't know if the offices of the shipping lines are open right now but I'll have someone check the rates.
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Old December 6th, 2014, 04:05 AM   #70
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Wow Thank you for that info and the effort, and if theres an updated website maybe you may know of that shows the schedule, cos Im going to be coming from Bacolod so its roughly a 5 hour trip to Dumaguete, THanks again
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Not much problem with schedules, they have it several times a day...Just come to the Dumaguete port early.
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Old December 6th, 2014, 07:19 AM   #72
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Need Advice

Bringing a small car and family to siquijor 2nd week of december:

-Is it recommended to bring a car to siquijor?
-Does Dumaguete have a RORO that can accomodate vehicles to and from Siquijor?
-If they do how much do you think they cost (rough guess)? car is small, a Toyota Altis
- If the RORO rates will be too expensive for us, is it safe enough to leave the car inside the port of Dumaguete?
merong RORO poh by MONTE NEGRO shipping lines
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Wow Thank you for that info and the effort, and if theres an updated website maybe you may know of that shows the schedule, cos Im going to be coming from Bacolod so its roughly a 5 hour trip to Dumaguete, THanks again
No prob, mig. It's 1,287 pesos one way for your car on Montenegro Lines; only the driver gets to ride free, additional passengers are billed 130 each (111 for students, 93 for seniors, 65 pesos for young kids); twice daily trips at 7am and 2pm. The other shipping lines don't take vehicles.

The fastest way to Siquijor (between 45 mins to 1 hr) is through Oceanjet with one daily trip at 12:50 PM; tourist class is 210 per head and 360 for business class.
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Old December 8th, 2014, 05:08 AM   #74
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Thanks for the info again, one last question with the RORO rates that you have just stated along with the extra person charge since driver ra ang apil sa bayad, cos aside from the beaches, we are also planning to visit certain destinations, like the cave, old church, etc. as well as go to the city and tour the restaurants( like Vikings) DO you think it would be much cheaper in the long run to bring the car compared to paying for the public transports going to and from these multiple destinations? or is it vice versa? (we're 4 ppl)

and also if we do decide to just leave the car in dumaguete.... do u think it would be safe to just leave it inside port? and do they allow it?
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Old December 17th, 2014, 07:23 AM   #75
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The falls is one of the main attractions of Siquijor Island. It has a multi-tiered waterfalls which send clean fresh water flowing toward the lagoons.

Be careful when walking down and up the 135 steps since there are no guardrails. A parking fee of Php5-Php20 (depending on the vehicle type) is collected. The falls is open 24 hours a day.
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