My new found hobby..

Taking pictures! I've enjoyed doing this for quite some time now but never really had the chance to buy a good camera. Anyhow, now that I have a digital camera along with me, i'll try to show you how I see things my way.=)

Take a peek at my new pHoto bLog!

Day 2: Bohol City Tour

Maraming nagbebenta ng pasalubong sa mga tourist spots so be prepared. Our first stop was at the Blood Compact Shrine. I was able to score a nice set of pearl bracelet and necklace for a cheap price of PHP 800 ($40). A pair of fresh pearl earrings normally costs PHP 300 - P500 pesos at the mall.

We then headed off to Baclayon Church. We didn't visit the museum because we wanted to complete our tour on time.

We were supposed to try Villagio's Pizza for breakfast kaso 4:00 PM pa pala sila nagbubukas so we ended up eating breakfast at Tres Hermanas which is located just in front of Loboc Town Plaza. Sa mga napuntahan namin, dito ka lang ata makakabili ng murang tablea.

We enjoyed our tour at the Butterfly sanctuary which by the way also had a mini zoo!

As you drive your way to the Tarsier Conservation Area you will pass by the famous Man-made forest. It took us about 10 minutes to reach this spot from the Butterfly Sanctuary.

Once you arrive at the Tarsier Conservation Area, you will be required to take a short briefing about the tarsiers and proper behavior while inside the sanctuary. Guides are available everywhere to help you spot the tarsiers.

Finally, the last stop of our city tour, Chocolate Hills located at Carmen, Bohol. Prepare to climb 214 steps to the peak of the observation hill to get the best view of this famous tourist spot.

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