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The Philippines - Wonderful Cebu & Bohol

After hearing amazing stories about Cebu and Bohol from several fellow-travellers, it didn’t take us long before shortening our extended Palawan plans to include these two destinations. 830 more words



Most of my trips to the Philippines have been to the islands. My favourite trip was a roadtrip from Manila to Subic. My mom was able to meet her team and we all shared laughter during lunch in a treehouse overlooking an active volcano… 44 more words


Vacationista: Bohol Day 2 (Blood Compact Site, Baclayon Church and Museum, Butterfly Garden, Loboc River Cruise, Tarsier Sanctuary, Bilar Manmade Forest, Chocolate Hills)

I arranged for the Tagbilaran Countryside Tour via our hotel at the Bohol Beach Club. I read in many travel blogs that getting a package tour was the best option when going around Bohol, mainly because of lack of public transportation and because the tourist attractions were far from each other, especially for first timers/ foreigners. 1,170 more words

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The Bohol Adventures of Carmen SanDiego

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

It’s countryside tour day! Today we’ll be hitting the main tourist sites on the island of Bohol, chauffeured by a friend of a friend of the guy who drove us to the Cebu ferry terminal yesterday. 1,247 more words

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Christmas in Bohol - chocolate hills and tarsiers

It was Christmas Eve babe, in Alona, a German said to me, let’s rent a motorbike.

Well now doesn’t that sound fun!!

We spent the morning sorting out some life admin. 1,742 more words



Following our trip to Banaue, we caught a plane to the beautiful island of Bohol, located to the south of the Philippines. There again, a crazy program was awaiting us, packed with Stand Up Paddle (SUP) & other activities. 153 more words


Your all-in-one guide to a fantastic Bohol vacation

Most people don’t think of Bohol when the Philippines is mentioned – Boracay, Palawan, Cebu – these are the staples, but I’m hoping my blog today can convince you that this tiny gem of an island is worth going to as well! 2,031 more words

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