Chocolate Hills Complex
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It was lovely rest here. No noise, and country air. It also has many opportunities for outdoor entertaining. It was peacefull.
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The first place I wanna go is Chocolate Hills because I love chocolate more than myself. The chocolate hills is the most famous tourist attraction. They look like giant mole hills, or as some say, women's breasts, and remind us of the hills in a small child's drawing. Most people who first see pictures of this landscape can hardly believe that …
One of the favorite attractions of The Philippines is The Chocolate Hills.
The Chocolate Hills are conical karst hills similar to those seen in the limestone regions of Slovenia, Croatia, northern Puerto Rico, and Pinar del Río Province, Cuba. Consist of Late Pliocene to Early Pleistocene, thin to medium bedded, sandy to rubbly marine …
... as it's body.
2) Their third finger is the same length as their upper arm.
3) Tarsiers are able to rotate their head 180 degrees to compensate for their immovable eye balls .
4) The second and the third toes of the hind limbs have claws instead of nails used for grooming.
5) Tarsiers are the only entirely carnivorous primate. They eat insects, lizards and other small animals.
6) They are amazing jumpers, able to jump 40 times ...
... commit suicide after a while (they would simply stop breathing) because they require a lot of space to be happy (around a hectare per animal). The philippino tarsier is a very solitary animal, unlike the ones in Indonesia. Because of local behaviour, their population dropped dramatically and something needed to be done. Finally the government intervened and banned the caging of tarsiers and this sanctuary came to existence, with at first only 10 ...
... with greetings from the groom. The venue was fantastic! Positioned on the coast, white sand, turquoise waters, it was magical! After a quick paddle in the clear ocean and walking along the soft white sand we went to change into our wedding gear. We as well as the grooms family and friends were all invited to change in the grooms small apartment, making it a challenge for everyone! When we were changed we headed to the entrance of the beach and waited at the top of ...