Country Side Tour – Day 2


Here we go .. 2nd day was country side tour!!! Bohol has lots of beautiful spots so ….

> We visited first the Chocolate Hills which is the farthest spot from where we stayed in. πŸ™‚ Chocolate Hills has 1.268 cone shape hills πŸ™‚ the most famous tourist attraction of Bohol. πŸ™‚ Though it took almost 2 hours to travel there, stillΒ it’s really worth it πŸ™‚

> Next stop was at Butterfly Garden, well I’m not much fun of Butterflies but I love butterflies πŸ™‚ … the one who tour/guide us in the garden and give some information about butterflies was really cool. He has a good sense of humor that really catches our attention and make us laugh all the way πŸ™‚

Note: Butterflies mate for 24 hours!! (wide eyes open .. LOL .. really? :P)

> Thousands of Mahogany trees planted by locals are found in Bilar’s Man-Made Forest. And Man-Made Forest is really awesome πŸ™‚

> Tarsier Sanctuary. Tarsier is considered as the world’s smallest primate.

and here’s the other tarsier!! LOL

> We also dropped at Zoocolate.

> We stopped at Hanging Bridge, hmmm… not really so special but playing in hanging brindge was truly awesome but lil scary LOL

> Lunch Lunch Luch … we took our lunch in Bunsai Monark Floating Resto at Loboc River. Foods are good, I love their soup and most perfectly awesome eating in Floating Resto was while you’re eating you also feeling the nature!! β™₯

> After Lunch, we went to somewhat mini zoo there. second stop was at Baclayon Church. It’s one of the oldest stone church in the Philippines back 16th century πŸ™‚ Take a deeper look in the second picture.. see any image there?

> Last spot was the Blood Compact Shrine at Tagbilaran City. Its the commemorates treaty of friendship between Miguel Lopez de Legaspi and Rajah Sikatuna. This treaty was sealed by drinking blood mixed in wine thus it is called Blood Compact. πŸ™‚

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