Foodies in the Bus (Cebu City – Dumaguete City)

Food is an essential in our travel. Waking up at 4:00 A.M. and an early breakfast of Jollibee take-out, something to munch on the road is must.
Ready for the 4 hours bus ride
Cebu City – Dumaguete City route is one of the scenic highways to take. Old towns like Argao and Carcar are a trip back to Hispanic era. But what makes it more exciting is the food that is sold along the way. And a must try especially in Carcar are the pork chicharon and ampao. Ampao is rice crispy with a single peanut on it.

Pork Chicharon


Toilet Stop in Argao

The Cebu City – Dumaguete City trip is a four hour trip with a 30 minutes ferry ride between Bato and Sibulan. Before embarking on the RORO our bus driver gave the passengers 30 minutes to eat at the “karenderias” that dotted the pier area.
Mama and her one and only son....HHWW

A meal is a must when travelling with my parents. Both have diabetes and in order to keep them from getting “hypo” a meal a necessary in all our travels. Despite our early breakfast, I forced Mama to eat, she had “sinabawang isda” and Browie had shanghai rolls.

Crossing Bato-Sibulan Strait
We reached Dumaguete City at exactly 12:00 noon. A Dumaguete adventure is now ready to start.