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Breakfast At Honeycomb Inn

Prior to our trip to Dumaguete this year, I searched online for the nicest hotel located along the famous Rizal Boulevard. You see, I was fortunate enough to have been part of the Siliman National Writers Workshop years ago and I fell in love with Rizal Boulevard. And I wanted my daughter to experience what I felt in Dumaguete. Luckily, I stumbled upon the lovely Honeycomb Inn.


Rizal Boulevard is like Manila's Roxas Boulevard except that in Rizal Boulevard, one can actually sit in peace from morning till night. It has rows of ancient trees and nice benches and grassy area where one can have a picnic.




Pancake Breakfast. Daughter ordered this. Its included in the room accommodation. Quite good!




Sunny Side-Up and Bread. Ordered this. My all-time favorite breakfast. :)











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