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Travel Diaries: #PattyTravels 3

Pat Malana

May 5, 2016

  • It’s summer! And I just couldn’t wait to have some relaxation far away from the city.


    Last month, I went to the 10th largest island in the Philippines, Bohol!

    I went to Bohol mainly because I want to see the Chocolate Hills, tarsiers, man made forest and the talk of the town, Panglao Island.


    Chocolate Hills is an hour and thirty minutes drive from Tagbiliran City. This is the greatest pride of Bohol. Chocolate Hills are a group of oddly shaped hills that actually look like giant boobs if you will ask me. There more than a 100, I guess? Chocolate Hills has an unbelievable scenery. You know what’s more surprising? These hills are not man-made.

    The next place I visited was the Tarsier Conservation Area, 30 minutes away from the Chocolate Hills. I just couldn’t get over the fact that I saw the most adorable animal in the world. They’re just so cute!!!


    After visiting the cute tarsiers, I passed by the astonishing Loboc man-madeforest. I swear, this has been the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. This man-made forest is just so relaxing to my eyes. Despite the fact that it is not really made by nature, but still it is startlingly impressive!

    Rio Verde floating restaurant is one of the best experience anyone can have when visiting Bohol. You’ll have a buffet meal while cruising down the pristine, jade green river. The food is great, the music is great, the scenery is great as well. Everything about the Rio Verde Floating Restaurant is just astounding!


    The most awaited part of the trip, was of course, Panglao Island! I stayed at Bohol Beach Club for four days and three nights. I have to admit that this has been the most peaceful and relaxed vacation I ever had. Bohol Beach Club could never go wrong with their white sand, blue crystalline water, pastel sunrise, clean and cozy rooms, calm and friendly environment.


    Thank you Easynatics for following my travel experiences! I hope that my travel diary was able to give you some ideas on where to go and what to try. Until next time! Ciao!



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