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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Honeymoon Destination: BOHOL

We had a great wedding. An almost perfect one. But what we were more excited about was our honeymoon trip (of course it's about the trip...harhar) to Bohol. We left for Bohol January 3, 2007. It was a one hour plane ride from Manila to Tagbilaran. From Tagbilaran, we were fetched by the travel agency that booked our accomodation. It was weird at first to have been treated as equally as foreigners were treated but in the end we did appreciate it knowing that we were not treated as second class citizens in our own country.

Our destination was Bohol Diver's Resort, Panglao Island. (We are not divers, if you should ask) It was a bit disappointing since it was raining hard when we arrived in Bohol and we were wondering how we were gonna see the hills of Carmen of our day tour the next day. Oh well, let's leave it all up to the Mighty One. A prayer may be just what we needed. We were blessed because at around 5 P.M. the rain stopped and we were able to walk by the shore and enjoy the long beach front of Panglao.
The next day, at 8 AM while waiting for our tour guide, Bohol was still covered with rain. Heartbreaking but our hopes were still up. We wanted to enjoy our stay. It was all a state of mind. Blessed yet again, because every stop that we made, there was no rain. So we had our pictures taken at the famous sites and yes we were able to have a picture with the famous chocolate hills as our background.

The Loboc-Loay river cruise was nice. It creates a romantic atmosphere between lovers and a friendly atmosphere among tourists cruising together. It allows you to appreciate the beauty of nature and the sound of water is so relaxing that you can actually say to yourself, "This is life".

After the cruise we went to see the famous tarsiers. They were the smallest things ever. As small as a fist but with a tail that ranges 5-6 inches. (Their tail actually balances them). They have really big eyes that you can't use you camera flash whenever you take their pictures because it can actually blind them.

The Bohol Trip was another wonderful experience for us. It was our first adventure as an official Mr. and Mrs. Next plan? Either a Davao or a Palawan Trip...whichever suits our budget.

Biyahe na!

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