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After I was done diving, I spent one last day hanging out with a girl named Marina who was staying at my hostel and also traveling alone. (she was also jewish, from NY, and quit her job to start her MBA). We went out together to the local disco, which was a small, hot club with a bar outside that reminded me of a mix between a Fire Island bar, and a summer camp social. Marina kept me entertained by pointing out the many ladyboys and prostitutes that she kept ...
... there was an instant atmosphere that was totally different to Palawan. As soon as we came off the ferry we were bombarded with drivers and sellers all fighting for our attention. This was a first in the phillipines and certainly not something we missed. In fairness there is an area very close to the port that is the tourist spot of Bohol and possibly the country and 90% of foreigners coming off these boats head directly there. If thats any indication of what ...
... a chicken.IT looked a lot like a reverse birth as one of our fellow travelers mentioned.
A heads up for other travelers bring money so you can get by cause there is quite a fare to the closest ATM. We had to go by jeepney to the city tagbiliran. But I believe there is one closer.
Well we took a tour and did the Tarsiers. They are s very ...
natural beauty of the Philippines while rolling along the river.
Then we paid a visit to Bohol’s most famousattraction, the “chocolate hills,” which do
look like mounds of candies, scores of them, stretching to the horizon. Even if it was
a long day, we just had to climb one thesestrange formations. The hills were, in
fact, green when we visited in the Philippine spring, because they only turn brown
when the grass ...
... see this island. Eventually, I settled for a motorbike tour with a really nice guy. We’d agreed on my extensive route and the price for the trip and off we went at 9.30am.
It was a beautiful day as we set off to see some of the well-known tourist sites. Sadly, I was only here for a day trip, with the last boat returning to Dumaguette at 5.30pm, so only so much was possible. The attractions I wouldn’t see were Bohol’s rice terraces ...