We were out yesterday to accompany a friend going to Hinagdanan Cave, a famous tourist spot in the heart of Panglao Island, Bohol. We accompanied a friend and her visitors from Mindoro. Though it was a long drive, it was all worth it. Also, the last time I was there was like five or six years ago.
I took some photos from the internet just so I can show you what the place looked like, that’s because hubby is still editing our photos and because this post is supposed to be an entirely different topic. 🙂 If ever you come to visit the Philippines and Bohol, this wonderful cave should be one great stop! 🙂
I tasted yet another Red Velvet cupcake from a coffee shop. I have been doing the taste test with all the Coffee, Sweet Deli, and Bakeshops that sells Red Velvet cakes/cupcakes; every time I come across or visit one. It surprises me all the time how others alter the taste, Red Velvet is not complete without a Cream cheese frosting! Anyway, the box was nice so that kind of simmer down the teeny weeny disappointment. 🙂
We came home yesterday a bit late because we decided to have dinner at Tagbilaran City before driving an hour back home. I climbed to my station this morning and found iron on my table. I just love how kids make everything so interesting and funny and real! 🙂
Pretty awesome day, travel has worn me out lately; though.
Good morning beautiful Mommies and Daddies and everyone! ❤
5 thoughts on “Living with kids and more”
Wow! I’ve been to Bohol many times but never got to check that place pa. Natawa ako sa comment mo about aircon cave. 😀 The best thing about living with kids is they remind you how beautiful and blessed our lives is despite all the sh*ts.:)
Actually sis, I wondered too why this tourist spot’s limelight died out. It’s like Bohol Tourism is not promoting this place any longer. I used to dive and swim down there. It was a great experience- scary, cold, refreshing, and totally awesome. My daughter was scared of the sound of the birds and also because it was already a little dark when we got there. I hope your son will like it there, if ever you go visit the place with him. 🙂
Air conditioning unit is not bad of an idea, right? 😀
Haha! Kids, they are a reminder of everything simple and real in life. They don’t pretend to like something to please us. I baked a cake yesterday, one of my niece said she did not like it and my nephew said he loves it so much. I have authentic feedback from them. Haha!
Hahaha! Kids don’t lie dyud.
The cave needs ventilation. I was sweating the whole time I was in there, phew!
I’m sorry for your experience, Sir. As what the guide had told us yesterday, they have yet to install air conditioning unit down there. Lol!