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Bohol Coco Farm

Bohol Coco Farm is both a hostel and a coconut farm. The family running the business is an advocate of organic farming that’s why most of the food they serve in their restaurant comes from their organic farm. 441 more words


Bohol, Philippines

Thinking about it now, I really have no idea how we decided where to go in our brief stay in the Philippines. The thought processes seem a tad scattered as in total we will have flown in and out of Manila, completed 4 internal flights, 3 ferry rides and 4 long road journeys in only 13 days. 1,288 more words


Tarsiers, Chocolate hills and a wooden bridge

The Filipino province of Bohol has many attractions to offer and is well worth the ferry ride from Cebu City or Dumaguette. After diving on tiny Apo Island with my amazing Dutch travel buddies, we went to check some of them out. 149 more words


Lookbook Lunes 11

I used to have a lookbook account but gave it up over a year ago. I will be reposting my previous looks up here in the blog and call it the LOOKBOOK LUNES. 22 more words

The Flying Mermaid

"Panglao Escape"

I was feeling burnt out from work and school since I-can’t-remember-when and going on a mini vacation is just what I needed to bring my vigor back. 634 more words


Quiet Places

These were taken in a church in Alburquerque, Bohol, our last stop before retiring from an exhausting countryside tour. This wasn’t part of the itinerary. My companions, who were in the province three years ago for field work, wanted to stop by to see what has become of one of their favorite churches. 385 more words