Via Bohol Tourist Inn
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... hunt for something decent. Not even cheap...just decent will do at this point. We searched for ages and eventually gave in a to yet another ****** room for to much money as the nice ones were fully booked or to pricey. We were just about to go to sleep and after going on a mosquito massacre we found the the window was broken and tons of them were coming through. Screw this...we left and paid high end for not very much value and moved to the resort. We spent ...
... 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.
... and at one point we got stuck in a feeding frenzy of jacks hunting sardines, amazing. The first wreck we did was Irako, a refrigeration ship 10000 tons, 150m long and 20m wide. We entered through a small crack on the bottom and swam through a propellor shaft. It was narrow and andy said after that he was panicking and close to saying he wanted to get out, not that he could turn round! Throughout the dives we explored lots of different rooms, kitchens, engine rooms, the ...
What are these names^
The Tarsier are tiny primates, erroneously considered monkeys and are not vegetarians but nocturnal predatators of butterflies and various insects they eat.
I visited the reserve on behalf of a foundation that protects a dozen living free on the protected trees. They have great eye that they use to see at night when they hunt and live up to 25 years while in captivity die within a ...
Day 17 – Siquijor to Bohol to Panglao Island
We arrived bright and early for the ferry, already organized with our tickets and joined the huge queue for the terminal fee (something which exists all the way around the Philippines to get more money out of you when you leave a place!), then to the ferry. They checked our bags on then wouldn't let us on the ferry without a seat reservation, which apparently was a third thing you are supposed to queue for separately! So ...
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