The start of our trip was a sign that this was going to be an interesting one. At the airport, we saw a lot of local celebrities. It was I think the same time that the biggest TV networks were having their summer caravan (they send out their artists to different provinces to have their shows there).
We arrived at Tagbilaran City, Bohol almost lunch time. So our first stop for the tour is the Loboc River where we had the river cruise.
After the river cruise, we went to see the tarsiers.
We also went inside the Baclayon Church but I don’t have pictures there. Okay, I really don’t remember the sequence of the places we visited but we also went to the blood compact monument.
Of course a trip to Bohol won’t be complete without visiting the Chocolate Hills. On the way to Chocolate Hills, you will pass by their manmade forest. We didn’t really stop there but the tourist guide mentioned it as we passed by. What I remember most about Bohol was it was sweltering hot when we were there. We didn’t have the energy to go up to the viewing deck so our photos of Chocolate Hills are not that great. So that one will go down to my to-do list on my next visit to Bohol.
The next day we spent the full day at Panglao Island Nature Resort. We enjoyed the beach…
And the pool..
Picture taking at every nook and cranny of the resort. We also went to a nearby Cambagat cave.
Our day was capped off by a nice dinner by the pool and more picture taking.
Our last day was a free-for-all day. We can do whatever we want to do. We passed by Bohol Beach Club.
Tita Julie then brought us to the vacation house of her friend in Panglao.
Then it was time to say goodbye to Bohol. Last picture taking of the group at the hotel.
I love Cebu Pacific’s colorful planes.