Just last Sunday we had an opportunity of yet again visiting local places and tourist spots. It was an invitation from a friend and we heeded because it will be good for us and for our daughter. Just 4 days ago we watched Dianne (my friend’s daughter) compete for their Sports Fest. A beauty and brains pageant. There were screaming and the crowd went nuts. I remembered my Intramural Events. Oh, College days! What happened was Blyf got so scared when the students cheered for their reps. We wanted our daughter to get a little exposure from these. She has to know what a scream is and when people are happy. In other words, she has to see people and experience life.
We started the day very early (at 6AM) by going to this little Chapel, it was my first too despite the fact that I’ve toured around Bohol countless times. There’s always first times for everything. Catholics believed this place to be miraculous.
After offering a few prayers we headed to Panglao Island, one of the premier tourist spot and perfect beach getaway. We stayed and had breakfast there.
We stopped at the Bohol Bee Farm for a little side tour and ate organic Ice Cream on a Cassava cone.
After a sumptuous meal at the bay area, we went to Catigbian Bet ‘n Choy Farms. This place is great for kids and fisher friends. The activities include catching and grilling your own fish, play pen, and swimming pool. They have a mini zoo and you can ride a small boat with friends and family paddling around the pond. And yes, we had our lunch here.
Me and Blyf did try to swim in one of their pools but we were a little bit in a hurry for our next destination. This is what happens when you try to see a lot in just a day. So off we went to Danao Adventure Experience where all extreme happens there. You find yourself looking at a narrow and deep cliff. My head turned and I felt dizzy looking below. Also, you’ll find the statue of one of the local heroes of our country.
The adventures shared with family and friends wherever that maybe makes life worthwhile. I will cherish everything with them for as long as I live.
3 thoughts on “Bohol, Philippines!!! A day tour”
now, i miss Bohol more and more. hay money…when do thou comest to meh. 🙂
I’m sure Blyf had fun!
She sure did, I was amazed at how she enjoyed the ride. Bang! Lol! Well, we only paid Php250 for the transpo, Debz. Next time they organize such event, I’ll tell you so you can come here with the kids. 🙂
yeah! thanks, Mon!