Dumaguete – Part 3

13There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t miss hanging out with these people.  Like I said in my previous posts, we were only in Dumaguete for a really short, but sweet time.  However, looking back at the photos that everybody took, it sure seemed like we were there for a much longer period.

I’d forgotten all my woes during that time.  And while we’re all fully grown adults, walking around Silliman University made me feel like a teenager/student hanging out with my good old friends.10

The university has a lot of history and I’m sure glad Ton & Den brought us there because there was so much to see and a lot of interesting facts about it (not that I got to know all of them, but still).  It’s one of the top universities in the Philippines and a prestige for anyone who went there.

Till our next adventure, Breakfast Club!

Photos taken by Carlos Manuel and yours truly.


Regine Anne


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