Have been there twice recently, went for fresh crab and shrimp. Not much else going on there, there is the Dolphin and Whale watching-another tourist trap at inflated prices(soon as someone sees something good, popular they try to rip you) They are ripping people on the order of 3000-4000 pesos to go out on a boat and watch them. Not interested at that price-already saw them at disneyworld. Small town, reasonably sized wet market but prices higher than in Dumaguete, except maybe for seafood. Nice cafe across street from wet market near the corner, sorry cannot recall name, very clean,even the CR-cheap prices- 12 for coffee, 12 for cake, side dish 12-20, soda 13. People there very eager for pesos though. Several choices for transport. We took Ceres bus, much more comfortable than the cheaper run down bus or jeepneys, about 10 pesos higher one way 35 per head. Also Ceres drivers are good in my experience-nearly as fast as USA and they will stop if you flag them often.