awesome Bohol (part 2)

nasa Bohol na rin lang kami di na namin pinalagpas ang pagkakataong lumibot dito.  April 17, Friday, ito ang aming day tour agenda:

1. Blood Compact Site – a very historic site where Rajah Sikatuna (chieftain of Bohol) and Miguel Lopez De Legazpi (Spanish conquistador) made  Philippine and Spanish peace agreement in cessation of blood compact.




2. Baclayon Church-the oldest relics of the Philippines early history which was built in 1595. Moreover, it is the second oldest church in the Philippines. Beside the church is a museum where antiques were placed to preserve its story.




3. Man Made forest-it is located between the municipality of Loboc and Bilar. A two-kilometer rainforest with mahogany trees as the main features. During our photo ops i felt the scene from Twilight, and indeed it is a twilight zone. This is a must-pass-road.



4. Chocolate Hills-who would ever forget this famous tourist attraction taught to us during our gradeshool days. I thought that i can only see this majestic hills in books and pictures only not until this time. I felt amazed wen i saw it personally. It is one of nature’s most magnificent wonders knowned around the world.




5. Loboc River-famous for its floating restos where you can have your lunch or dinner with magnificent views and singers on board for only 300 pesos. Another magnificent spot of Bohol…




6. Tarsier Stop-small monkeys (4-6 inches tall) with strong tails that enable them to leap 16 feet high and still maintain balance. They really are so cute… and can only be found in the mountains of Bohol.



7. Biggest and longest python-caught in October of 1996 with a weight of 5 kilos and a length of 5 feet, this creature was named “Prony” byhis captor Mr. Sofronio Salibay. According to researches the snake was really abnormal attributed to love and care of the family who treated him as one of its members.



8. Hinagdanan Cave-here you can see a lot of limestone formations and stalagmite structures. there is also a pond with cold fresh water where you can have a dip for refreshing bath. too bad, i was not able to go to the water dahil red flag ang lola niya.




9. Alona Beach-most visited and most beautiful beach in Bohol with its white sand and picturesque view. thou we didn’t stay long here at least we had a chance to take some pictures. from here, we took a boat going to Balicasag Island.




10. Dolphin watching-on the way to Balicasag we get the chance to see dolphins playing in the ocean. this is really a close encounter with the nature. it was fun watching this playful animal.




11. Balicasag Island-after an hour in the sea from Alona Beach we reached this island. it is considered as one of the best diving sites in Bohol since the marine creatures are really preserved. since i do not know how to dive or snokle me and Hanah, my officemate, chose to just feed the fishes in the fish sanctuary where we saw different kinds.





12. National Museum (Tagbilaran, Bohol Branch)-of course, after a long day tour on the province kailangan din siyempre malaman ang history ng lugar. since we still have time dinalaw din namin ito. here, nalaman ko na sobrang sacred pala sa mga taga Bohol ang ube because its their staple food. kinuwento din dito ang theory kung paano nabuo ang chocolate hills at gayundin ipinakita na matagal na ang sibilisasyon sa Bohol. andun dina ng ibat iba nilang yaman gayundin ang mga gamit ng mga sinaunang tao ng Bohol.




so ayan, grabe sobrang nag enjoy kami sa team building na ito.

since mahal nga mula Tagbilaran nag via Cebu kami. Nagstay kami ng isang gabi sa Cebu at Sugbutel, near the airport ito which is not a bad idea dahil maganda din naman yung lugar.


gustuhin man naming makalibot ng Cebu eh wala na kaming time kaya nag SM Cebu nalang kami which is malapit din naman sa Sugbutel.


dahil nagahol kami sa oras nung nasa Bohol pa kami,  sa Sugbutel na din kami nagsagawa ng “totoong” activity for team building. hehe.



so paano ba yan… hope nag enjoy kayo sa pagbisita sa aking entry na ito. hanggang sa susunod uli na adventures. maganda ding libutin ang ating bansa para makita din natin ang ganda nito.

ps. pasensiya puro mga muka namin… hehe!


il be leaving you with my pix kung saan natuwa talaga ako dahil nakabili ako ng native hat at bracelet… hehehe! Ayo-ayo (take care) !


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44 thoughts on “awesome Bohol (part 2)

  1. hi, yhen! ganda talaga ng Bohol kahit hindi pa ako nakarating dyan. I’m payatot’s friend and i saw your link there. hope you could visit my sites and won’t mind exchanging links with me,

    have a nice day!

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  3. Love this blog I’ll be back when I have more time.

  4. sandijmartin

    ang ganda!

  5. ELIment

    ganda naman talaga sa bohol. parang gusto ko ring i-try yang floating resto. ang sarap siguro jan!

  6. ang laki laki naman ng ahas

    • yup… so scary nga kuya eh but then natutulog kasi or maybe mabigat ang katawan kaya di makagalaw ng mabilis… steady lang siya

  7. ganda talaga sa pinas

    excited na akong umuwi at mag pektyur pektyur din

  8. ruelito

    hala kata… my bagong resolution na para ipagbawal ang pang-iistorbo s mga nananahimik na mga nilalang tulad ng hinahalikan mong tarsier at ang hinahawakan mong star fish!

    makibaka wag matakot- peta


    • hahahaha adik ka teh… wag kang gnyn… dko naman binulabog yung mga tarsier at ibinalik ko din sa dagat yung starfish..

      PROMISE!!! hehe

  9. enjoy

    hanep ang guts mo dun sa python. nyahaha! kung ako yun, baka hinimatay na ko. 😀

    • hahaha ayos lang natutulog naman yung ahas… kaya parang ala lang… gusto ko nga hawakan pero baka magising… hahaha

  10. ate Yhen, gusto mo gawan kita ng manga in motion din?

    ang sarap talag mag work sa PhilRice! hahaha 🙂

  11. aba yhen may lugar ka pa bang hindi napupuntahan?hehe

    ikaw talaga ang female version ni pareng jorge!hahaha

    • hahaha… ganun ba? ayoko ngang mag gala eh… hahaha…

      nwei, gusto kong puntahan Batanes… parang maganda dun…

  12. wow. isa tlaga sa gusto kong mapuntahan ang bohol!
    at huwaw sa mga dolphins!

    panalo din ang last pic!

    ingats palagi! =)

    • hahaha salamat…

      nwei, yup you must see Bohol… its really a nice place to go…

      mgnda din talaga mga dagat nila… 😉

  13. arrgghh.. i’ve never been in bohol. ang ganda pla tlga. gusto ko rin mkapunta jn.

    ang saya ng trabaho nyo ah. :p

  14. sherwin

    Awesome! nice places you’ve been! thanks nga pala sa comment mo sa last blog ko…really appreciate your thoughts! have a nice one! 😉

  15. Naku buti ka pa nakarating ka na jan. Yung isa kong naging biep ay taga jan sa Bohol. Naku sana makarating din ako jan someday. Buti naman nag-enjoy ka. Naku sana nag-snorkle ka sis. Mae-enjoy mo sya talaga promise. ^_^

  16. hisnameisdencios

    wow. wow. wow. an laki ng snake. at ang ganda ng bohol pangarap ko talaga makapunta jan 🙂

    • oo kuya anlaki talaga… cnb mo sana para isinama kita… naks… hehehe… 😉

      • dencios

        hehe. moment mo yan aagawan pa kita ng atensyon sa ahas. LoL

        nice sultry look at last pic baby. 🙂

        • hahaha, ayaw mo nun para dalawa tayo magmomoment kasama yung snake… db?

          ayaw mo lang akong kasma eh… hahaha… 😉

  17. danmihalache

    In fact, it wasn’t a big deal, but – like always – tv made a big show; as I live in the north of the country and the center of the earthquakes is in the south, I believed for a moment that it was a new Kobe. It was only 5.4 degrees on Richter, for – they say – 3 minutes. For a while all tv posts spoke of dead people, ruined buildings and so on. In fact – only the Earth released some of it’s strain, that’s all.
    I’ll try to call you more frequent – you always inspired me.
    Best regards,

  18. right, right. blood compact is in bohol! hehe. because i saved the sandugo article to be featured in wikipedia. hehe. huwaw! daming pictures. gusto ko rin makapunta dyan.. kaso wala pa akong budget!

    • nakatutuwa ngang magpunta sa bohol… andmi talaga mapupuntahan…

      add kita sa blogroll ko ha… tnx…

  19. teke…. parang di ko napuntahan yang iba na yan sa bohol ah….. parang gusto ko ng bohol trip part 2 hehehehehe

    • ngek gnun? magala kc kami eh kaya ayan napuntahan namin ang mga kasulok sulukang lugar na yan… hehe

      gang saan ka po ba nakarating?

  20. Charlie

    Hi I’m Charlie, the OIC of the National Museum Bohol Branch, I’m glad I’ve seen your site here, ang ganda ng site mo, lalo na nakita ko pic ko, and naalala ko akyo na minsan may mga beautiful people na dumalaw sa place ko, thanks and more power, regards also to your group. Sana balik uli kayo saplace ko, we have made some additions to our exhibits, nalala mo yong orange room? may iba nang exhibit dun, we have here Pictures of old bridges sa panahon pa ng mga kastila, mag oopening kami bukas May 21, 2009 then the exhibit will remain there until August 21, 2009, then bago na naman, ilalagay namin Mga Garcia memorabilia and some archaeological Artifacts from Anda, Bohol. See you…

    • thanks sir for the update…

      salamat din po sa pag entertain sa amin nung nanjn kami…

      cge sir, hopefully makabalik kami jan…

      we indeed enjoyed our stay there in Bohol…


  21. Charlie

    By the way dapat bisitahin nyo ang Danao, mageenjoy talaga kayo.

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