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... the food is delicious, the country is very poor, and everyone speaks English! (As a sidenote, it's bewildering to see that a country as poor and uneducated as the Philippines speaks English 1,000 times better than people in Japan!)
My first stop was Moalboal, an island that people recommended for the scuba diving. I went diving for three days and saw some amazing coral reefs, majestic sea turtles (by far, my favorite), and amazing little fishies whose names I do ...
... do! Bohol was top of my list as the more I read about it the more amazing it sounded! So of course the Simon and Henry had no choice but to be dragged there on my instruction haha. The island is fairly small and so many things to see all scattered about so we all decided that another road trip on motorbikes fitted the bill nicely. We had to fly to Cebu island initially and then catch a ferry to Bohol itself eventually arriving in the main town centre. ...
... Chocolate Hills but also Bohol Island - we were lucky as it was a sunny day with blue skies and the view was pretty amazing! The hills actually do look like a packet of chocolate drops that were dropped on the ground. Each hill has a clearly recognisable chocolate drop shape! All the hills bubble-up into the distance. There is a geographical theory behind how they came about but too long for here - except to say they are a ...
... floating restaurants
that ply the Labac River. The cruise includes a buffet lunch of Philippine dishes like
pancit (a noodle dish with chicken, pork or shrimp) and lumpia (Philippine eggrolls).
All the time musicians entertain with Filipino standards. The boats stop at a pier where a
children’s group energetically performs songs and traditional dances, and then the boats leisurely cruise to a waterfall and back, about ninety minutes in all. The ...
Sunday 15th January 2013 – Bohol
I was originally travelling to Siquijor today, but at the last minute changed my mind and reversed my options, going there tomorrow. This was to be the best decision I made, as it turned out that the Sinulog (a derivative of Kalibo's Ati-Atihan) was being celebrated here today, as its final day of celebration! After just under two hours, I was standing on Bohol’s Tagbilaran pier, deciding how I was ...