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... went to the mall for some Christmas shopping. Especially to buy some Christmas deco. Panglao Two days before Christmas we moved to a nice resort on Panglao island to spend the holidays there. It was a very nice place, and we mainly relaxed there at the beach and had nice food. Just relax for a while. Theybalso had really great snorkeling just outside the beach with nice corals and colourful fish. Kerstin saw a snake as well. Afterwards, we learned it is one of ...
... and witty guide. I always love a good chance to take photos of butterflies, the guide put one on my head and it just sat there, happy as Larry.
The next stop was the best stop- the Tarsiers. Tarsiers are one of the smallest primates in the world. To understand how weird and wonderful these little guys are, here are some interesting facts;
1) The name “tarsier” was taken from it's extremely long tarsus bone. It's hind limbs are twice ...
... skin, it was a delicious taste, soft and sweet, almost melting in your mouth. It was lovely spending time with the locals, they are such a friendly bunch! We carried on our journey to the coast. After arriving in Anda it was fun trying to find the wedding venue as there was no sat nav and no map. The driver hopped out every ten minutes asking the locals if the location of the hotel was known to them. He asked anyone in sight including a policeman. We surprisingly made it to ...
... heard of these little guys before but they are a big deal here! They look like teeny tiny monkeys that someone has squeezed so tight that their eyes popped out 5 times bigger than the rest of them! But don't let them hear you call them monkeys...as I was told numerous times that they are not. Tarsier...not a monkey...yeah? They look like a furry gremlin! These cute bouncy things have had to be protected here due to locals capturing them in small cages for show ...
... look very cute (or creepy). The also can't move their eyes but can turn their head 180 degrees (quite a practical skill we think). Quite a unique experience to see these "Gremlins".
Last but not least we visited the Chocolate Hills – the ionic sight of Bohol. These over 1200 hills are very round in shape and a lot of them look quite brown (therefore the name). It was a unique place for some nice photos.