To most people, Siquijor is too much of a hassle to get to. I would agree, because even I, a Siquijodnon, would often complain of the long and often stressful trips to and from home. In order to give possible foreign and domestic travelers an idea on how to get there, I will be publishing a series of posts on the many ways to get to the island.
My most favorite is what I call the “Love in the Time of Cholera” trip. It is because this is a day trip by boat and travel time is 12 hours (could even be more if it’s peak season). The trip reminds me of the time Florentino Ariza and Fermina Daza, both in their old age, went on a trip that they didn’t want to end. This trip doesn’t seem to end but the reason why I love this trip is because I almost always feel like I’m on a cruise. Continue reading “Cebu to Siquijor via Tagbilaran”