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So I flew from Puerto Princesa to Manila on to to Taglibaron and took a boat to the Island of Bahol. I met some travelers in Palawan who accompanied me. I stayed in an apartment at Oliva Resort on Alona Beach, rented a motorbike and explored the island. I did a side tour. Bahol was quite beautiful but a little too quiet. But my time there passed …
... sand, we all sat down at funny angles to prevent the seat tipping. The groom made his own entrance walking down the isle to music with a loud cheer. Then the bride was welcomed who gracefully walked down the staircase in her white flip flops and beautiful white dress that sparkled in the sunlight. It was such a special moment! Once at the top of the isle she slowly walked towards her husband to be. There was one bridesmaid who carried out all the important roles, carrying the ...
The beaches and jungles are definitely something the Philippines can show off with. Although it wasn't very easy to reach Bohol - I had to change the boat twice due to technical problems (after they were halfway through, very relieving!)
But the island of Bohol compensated the tiring journey. Alona Beach pretty much makes beach fantasies come true and the vegetation was bursting with all facettes of green. It's no surprise considering the amount of rain. I met ...
... could fit the in ht palm of your hand. They are really cute and cuddly - no touching, have a long tail, huge round eyes. I wanted to take one home so bad, but alas, I will have to settle for photos only.
From here we headed further inland to the Chocolate Hills, an area proposed for inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage's list. As we approached the area, the landscape was really interesting. ...
... majority are now endangered or threatened, and some are designated critically endangered. Threats include habitat destruction and fragmentation, hunting, agricultural pollutants and human disturbance. Very shy animals, they prefer to stay away from human contact and do not live well in captivity. They have specific feeding requirements which are difficult to meet and rarely successfully breed. Wild tarsiers caught and kept in captivity only show around a 50% rate ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOlivia Resort Homes Bohol
Awesome place! The apartment and pool were beautiful. A nice change and reasonably priced. I would definitely stay here again for the visit.
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