Bohol, Philippines 2015

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Last September I went to Bohol with my boyfriend and his team. I was literally tagging along with them since he is very insistent in me going with them because he thinks he will not enjoy if I’m not around (so sweet!) and that it’s been a while since we last travelled together (as if we did not travel last July). Well, I guess my boyfriend now loves travelling just like me because it bothers him that he has been kept in the confines of Cebu City. I feel that way most of the time though. I was born to travel and I know I will be travelling for the rest of my life.


We travelled to Bohol at 6 PM so we arrived at night, we spent the night in Panglao, so the photo that I took in Panglao happened the following day. I did not go for swimming either because we only have few hours and we need to prepare for the whole day tour.



Our first destination for the tour was the Bee Farm. It was really beautiful in there but it was raining on the time of our visit, so I was not able to take pictures. But I did try their home-made ice cream Buko flavor, and god, it was to die for! The cone is actually a cassava cone so this is really something new. They have a lot of flavor to chose from, and I will try them all when I go back to Bohol.

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Nice table setting in the Bee farm Restaurant.



Next is the Hinagdanan Cave. Team shot of my boyfriend and his team.


This was taken inside the cave, the guide told us to pose like this so it looks like heaven opened upon us.



The next is Blood Compact. In Tagalog it is called Sandugo and Bohol Blood Compact was a treaty between the Spanish explorer Miguel López de Legazpi and Datu Sikatuna the chieftain of Bohol on March 16, 1565, to seal their friendship as part of the tribal tradition.



Just in time for Lunch, we went to Loboc River and tried the cruise while enjoying our lunch.

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After lunch, everyone got tired due to what you might call Baboy Syndrome and got really sleepy so for some adrenaline, the next destination was Loboc Eco-Tourism Adventure Park for Zipline and Cable Car ride. I have already tried it before, so I did not try it anymore.


What I did was to pose for some outfit shot. Please excuse me.

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Next is the Man-Made Forest. It feels like I am not in the Philippines everytime I’m in here. It reminds me of the scene in Twighlight when they are in the forest, jumping from one tree to another.



DSC_0827Our last destination for the tour is CHAP or Chocolate Hills Adventure Park because Bohol trip will not be complete without seeing the Chocolate Hills. This is really something new because I have only seen the the first Chocolate Hills viewing deck with I-can-no-longer-count-how-many-steps just to get there, and also Sagbayan Peak. CHAP is really beautful because it has garden and there are also activities you can do, but the view is just not as amazing as the first Chocolate Hills viewing deck. It was closed during our visit because it was under renovation. But surely CHAP did not disappoint either.

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Hope you enjoyed my little Bohol tour!


Outfit Details:

Dress: Divided by H&M
Cardigan: Belle Jean Clothing
Bag: Ever New
Shoes: Sanuk
Hat: Rubi by Coton On
Necklace: Swarovski
Bangles: Nima