Date: June 18-19, 2016
I’ve been to Bohol twice. The first time was with my colleagues on an island hopping adventure and dolphin watching. And I always love the Panglao Beach. It’s like the Boracay of Bohol.
What I did in 24 hours?
I stayed in Bohol Beach Club. The place is a good choice for those who want to splurge a little and have some luxury space. It has its own big pool and a nice view of the sea. The place is worth the money
Blood Compact Shrine – This was our first stop . What amazed me was the wide panorama of the sea and mountains when you stand just beside the shrine.
Tarsier Sanctuary – Hush, Hush, for the little Tarsier are sleeping. Keeping your quiet is the top most policy so better keep the things you wanna say on your own and burst it out when you’re already outside. Tarsier is indeed a tiny monkey. At first glance, they look like bats for me.
Bohol Python and Wildlife Park. Had a face-to-face with Prony the python. And I’ve got a picture with the snake. Though, the picture is printed right away so I don’t have anything to show here.
Loboc River – Loboc floating restaurants cruising in Loboc river is one of the main attractions in Bohol. Aside from the delicious Filipino food, you will be treated with nature’s finest – the lush and green vegetation, sound of the waters and love songs. Unluckily for us, we were already out of the schedule so maybe next time.
Baclayon Church – This Roman Catholic church was one of the heavily damaged churches in Bohol during the 2013 earthquake. It was being restored when we visited it.
No Chocolate Hills on this trip for we need the remaining hours for sleep time. I will add it on my plan soon I come back. Not bad for a 24-hour trip. 🙂