that's going to be our first stops in the many destinations that we plan for our Negros Oriental trip. Siquijor used to be called Isla del Fuego or Island of Fire.
watching a funny video of Justine Timberlake doing "All the Single Ladies" while waiting for our flight to Dumaguete City
Welcome to Dumaguete City!
after checking in our stuffs we headed to the Port to catch the nearest boat scheduled to go to Siquijor...no need for rest =) no time to waste!
Delta 3, we are the last group of passengers in, then all aboard and off to the mystic and magic of Isla del Fuego....
we don't know the significance of this statue, but she's there welcoming us that's why we pay her a visit
around the Island with this multicab (the usual transport service in the Visayas) with Joram as our tour guide
lunch in Salagdoong beach resort
fire tree forest, according to Joram when you go there in June the whole area is so red because of the fire tree flowers (could be one reason why they call it Isla del Fuego? of course I just made that up =P)
Saint Isidore Labradore Parish Church and Convent in Lazi...the biggest convent in Asia according to the website
going down to see the Cambugahay waterfalls
we just look at it and did not even take a dip...
the big Balete tree, because it's unusually big that's why probably it's part of the tour
summary pictures in one souvenir shop =)