bohol trip day 2

Travelogue : Bohol | November 14, 2008

So we woke up so early to freshen up for the day tour! Had some shots at the hotel and at the van while we travel with our tour guide.

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First off, The Blood Compact Shrine (Barangay Bool,Tagbilaran City, Bohol) which considered to be the first treaty of friendship between two races, commonly known as “SANDUGO” (isang dugo in filipino – one blood)

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Off to Baclayon Church (La Purisima Concepcion de la Virgen Maria Parish Church, also The Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary Parish Church). A Roman Catholic Church in the municipality of Baclayon, Bohol and became the oldest Christian settlement in Bohol.

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This Sevilla Hanging Bridge that crosses the Sipatan River is a bit scary (could be because I have fear of heights?). This bridge was originally made of bamboo and rope but was restructured with steel for safety and stability. It’s often part of the tour package.

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On our way to Chocolate hills, we stopped by quickly at this Man-Made Forest where you’ll find thousand of mahogany trees greeting every tourist with beauty. You can’t say NO for a photo!

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Oh and this Chocolate Hills which I have anticipated to be so beautiful! A geological formation covered in green grass that turns brown (like chocolate) during the dry season where the name is derived. Thousands of hills, yes!

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Oh this I love! Hinagdanan Cave. I don’t know but I enjoy exploring caves.

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There are photographers who offers photoshoots so no need to worry about taking a picture. And we got these shots! How many jumps did we make, girls?

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This Loboc River Cruise where you can enjoy one of the best seafoods and the singing groups who serenades tourist while enjoying the river’s view is one of a kind.

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First time seeing tarsiers and they really have big eyes. hahahah. They hop from trees to trees. And this python! I am no fan of pythons/snakes, since, Yami wants to see and touch one, we had a quick visit. I really wouldn’t dare holding or touching one even if you give me a million money!

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We called it a day! Good thing I brought my laptop to save pictures taken for the day. It’s gonna be another tour tomorrow. Had dinner and rest for the night.

 

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