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Travel Blogs from Bohol
... and hung out at their guesthouse before returning to the beach altogether for a paddle and a swim by which time the water had heated up because of the sun's rays. Later in the afternoon we packed our bags and headed to Tagbilaran to catch a bus from there to the port. We enjoyed time at the mall, looking around seeing some very random things including house models displayed to advertise housing properties for sale, couples t-shirts on sale and even large flip flops as ...
... was Virgin Island (no, not the one in the Caribbean) a small island with a long sandy beach outlier. The island was nice and the fried bananas were super yummy (Kevin even established the theory that frying must be the healthiest way to prepare bananas).
Once back at our accommodation we relaxed for the rest of the day and went for a nice BBQ dinner. Once again we realized the Philippines is really a paradise for meat lovers.
... round the streets of coron at 2am! Messy. 19th may - hangover day Today I wasn't capable of much so we just mooched around town, went to the Market for mango juice and ice scramble (ice shavings with vanilla flavouring, choc sauce and chocolate bit topping! We tried to get the overnight boat that night but it was full. The next boat out was on 2 days, oops! 20th may - exploring the island by motorbike As we had an extra day we decided to explore the island. Its been 6 weeks ...
... of the islands there was always something to do or go see.
And not to mention some of the best BBQ I've ever had!
These islands were only 2 of the 7,000 + that make up the Philippines, I imagine you could spend months island hopping and only scratch the surface of what this country has to offer! Hopefully be back someday....
... known primates, no larger
than a adult men's hand. Mostly active at night, it lives on a diet of
insects. Folk traditions sometimes has it that tarsiers eat charcoal,
but actually they retrieve the insects from (sometimes burned) wood. It
can be found in the islands of Samar, Leyte, Bohol, and Mindanao in the
Do you feel enlightened????)
When we arrived we decided that was the first thing we wanted to do so hopped on a ...