Travel Blogs from Loboc, Philippines

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Happy Birthday Erica, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Happy Birthday Erica

A travel blog entry by andrewanderica

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I woke up at 10am in a bamboo hut in the middle of the jungle in the Philippines on my 31st birthday, I would guess my most surreal birthday ever. I know I woke up last year in a tent on a beach in the Inner Hebrides next to a dog but I think that this ...

You Tarzan me Jane...., Loboc, Philippines travel blog

You Tarzan me Jane....

A travel blog entry by andrewanderica

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Waking as it got light at about 4:30am I now realise why I'm knackered all the time. It needs to be dark for me to sleep and these huts are just not designed to get dark. Also the noise of the fruit (about the size of an apple) dropping from the tree ...

River Swimming and the oldest and smallest primate, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

River Swimming and the oldest and smallest primate

A travel blog entry by andrewanderica

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... rest – TRUE!!)  And the second is the domestic house cat) there are now only 1000 left in the wild in the Philippines and although not yet on the endangered list they may soon face extinction if they are not closely monitored.  We took a ...

The most organic and natural travel experience, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

The most organic and natural travel experience

A travel blog entry by andrewanderica

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... else Manchester is famous for, in China, Russia etc we are famous for football, in India it was cotton mills, in the Philippines, Manchester who, ahhh Ricky Hatton”). Fair play to Ricky he has given the Philippines a lasting memory of how nice ...

River cruising and an Encounter with the Tarsier, Loboc, Bohol, Philippines travel blog

River cruising and an Encounter with the Tarsier

A travel blog entry by bluesummit

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... the smallest known primates, no larger than an adult human hand. It's an endangered species that can only be found in the Philippines. We started walking on this path surrounded by lush trees and it seems to be neverending. Feels like we're in the ...

Tarsiers and Chocolate Hills, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Tarsiers and Chocolate Hills

A travel blog entry by t_rev1980

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... on site massage service and sauna. The common areas are really great too. Bohol has several of the oldest churches in the Philippines, some built in the 1500's. There are also plenty of outdoor activities to choose from and spectacular sights such as the ...

Bohol - Nuts Huts, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Bohol - Nuts Huts

A travel blog entry by mattock

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... stay at Nuts Huts was fantastic, 3 great days, and we did so much. Bohol was definitally one of our favourite islands of the Philippines. we went to Pangloa before leaving for Bohol but we only stayed 2 nights as it rained a lot and onto the next island ...

Fannying around in the Philippines, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Fannying around in the Philippines

A travel blog entry by lucypond

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... bother me. So off I trotted, catching a taxi to the pier, and boat to Bohol, a tricycle to the bus stop, a jeepney to Loboc and a boat down the river into the depths of the jungle to my destination. There I was worried that I hadn't booked in advance - ...

Bohol! My second stop in the Phils, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Bohol! My second stop in the Phils

A travel blog entry by oshioshi

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I headed to the pier yesterday at 6am expecting to get in a 7:00am ferry. The ferry had been cancelled and the next one wasn't until 3:30pm!! And according to the ladies I had met in a bench, their 3:30pm ferry the day before was also cancelled and ...

Proper evidence of earthquake damage round here., Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Proper evidence of earthquake damage round here.

A travel blog entry by richierich33

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... . Paid 10 peso to get ferried across the river from where a footpath leads you alongside the river and through rice paddies back into Loboc town - about 20mins walk, where i had a late lunch, bought banana cake for 3 peso a slice (i had five) and ...

Loboc, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Loboc

A travel blog entry by stubo

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... He told me I could get my visa extended in Tagbiloran - only 30km back and then I wil be free to do what I like in the Philippines! It was pooring with rain and the jeepney stopped before the point where we needed to get out so we had to walk 2km in the ...

White sand beach, ocean breezes and many massages, Panglao Island, Philippines travel blog

White sand beach, ocean breezes and many massages

A travel blog entry by mattamyhuey

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We headed out to the beach to relax a little bit.....okay, relax a lot! We got a recommendation to go to Panglao Island, south of Tagbilaran City on Bohol Island. It had a beautiful white sand beach and many dive spots a short boat ride away. Peter's ...

Muts Nuts, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Muts Nuts

A travel blog entry by simon.caryn

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... get up close to this one. Definitely Spanish influence in the architecture. We later found out that its the second oldest church in the Philippines. To get to our place we did actually find a guy on a tricycle that was working (well he was now when he ...

Yes, Master Yoda, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Yes, Master Yoda

A travel blog entry by finn_steve

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Tarsiers look like ...

Underwater, Panglao Island, Philippines travel blog

Underwater

A travel blog entry by beachbum78

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Panglao-Island auf Bohol schien mir ein gemuetlicher Ort um ein wenig laenger zu bleiben und meine Rastlosigkeit ein wenig zu besaenftigen. Ich bin immer noch voll auf Touren, 10Monate sind bereits verstrichen und mein Explore-flash scheint nicht zu ...

Jungle Time, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Jungle Time

A travel blog entry by pbweiss

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... small boat ride across the river. The path up the mountain was rough and very slippery from the mud because this part of the Philippines is the rainy season. The hike was probably the hardest we have been on just because of the mud. Luckily, no one ...

Natural Loboc, Loboc, Philippinen travel blog

Natural Loboc

A travel blog entry by coma2012

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Off The Beaten Track, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Off The Beaten Track

A travel blog entry by thelittlehobos

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... , I have seen another Westerner for days!  I met lovely Filipino lady called Leah on the boat, it seemed she was also heading to Loboc so she told me to follow her! The huts I was planning to stay in were a fair walk from the town and it was ...

Bohol, Bohol, Philippines travel blog

Bohol

A travel blog entry by paan777

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... Bohol from Cebu by fast ferry, journey takes about 3 hours. Ferry took me to Tagbilaran, the capital of Bohol. In the port  hired tricyle and rided around town to find hotel. Take one day trip to Loboc river and Chocolate hills, its very nice. ...

We should of stayed longer!!, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

We should of stayed longer!!

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4

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... cold coke to cool down. We had water with us but I needed a nice cold coke for some a sugar rush. When we finally reached Loboc we walked past the towns church which got wrecked but the earthquake which hit Bhol in October. We had to find a way to get ...

Nuts Huts, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Nuts Huts

A travel blog entry by bdv

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Toying with Tarsiers, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Toying with Tarsiers

A travel blog entry by arnobs66

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... , uh, certainly not me. I had an intimate encounter with some of these lovable creatures years ago during a brief stopover at Loboc when I went there to take a look at the floating restaurants plying its mighty river. One of the boatmen I met in ...

Bohol Island, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Bohol Island

A travel blog entry by iiris

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... , sest kodulehel puudus e-maili aadress. Oli ainult telef nr. Igatahes voodikohta oli võimalik saada ning sõitsime taksoga Boholisse, Loboc Riveri juurde, Nuts Huts'i. Taksosõit läks 1200 kohalikku. Oleks saanud ka Tagbilarani ja sealt pidid bussid ...

Philippines - Bohol - Loboc, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Philippines - Bohol - Loboc

A travel blog entry by lejonresan

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  We arrived at the Nipa hut Village a hostel close to Loboc on Bohol. It was a very nice place next to the river. We had a cozy hut with a fan and a private bathroom it was very basic but it was nice. In the back they had an albino python. They ...

A night in the Jungle, Near Loboc, Bohol, Philippines travel blog

A night in the Jungle

A travel blog entry by stu_maj

... Huts' where our bed for the night awaited us. After jumping on a tricycle to the bus station we loaded onto a Jeepnee for Loboc. About 45 mins into the bumpy journey all the passengers (including the 2 cockerels) started keeping an eye our for our Nuts ...

Bohol, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Bohol

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri

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... of activities to do here but what we came here mainly to see are the Chocolate hills. They are the postcard picture of the Philippines and it is a must to stop over at their view point. We spend the day pretty much under the rain (apologies the pictures ...

Nuts Huts, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Nuts Huts

A travel blog entry by wildernesteve

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... be easy.   The resort is pretty nice.  The resort includes a restaurant, and like 20 or so huts all built overlooking Loboc River.  It is a pretty nice spot.  They try to be rustic, and it has a definite granola hippie vibe.  The ...

Loboc, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Loboc

A travel blog entry by kotitihaere

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Bohol, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Bohol

A travel blog entry by fadwa

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Amazing cinerary with amazing view of 1268 hills from the top , it's a nice experience ...

Bohol, Loboc, Philippines travel blog

Bohol

A travel blog entry by luciecox

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... of activities to do here but what we came here mainly to see are the Chocolate hills. They are the postcard picture of the Philippines and it is a must to stop over at their view point. We spend the day pretty much under the rain (apologies the pictures ...

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