I think I haven’t shared the Giant Python Park in my Bohol Daytour post. I can’t say if a snake is one of my fears, but I totally get goosebumps if I see one. How much more if I touch it nor put it on my shoulders?
OM! I can’t dare to imagine. HAHA
In response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Unlikely
Panglao is one of the many Island you can’t get enough with here in the Philippines. The photos I will share in this post will never justify the beauty of this island.
We spent a little time in Alona Beach on our first day, and a half day after our island hopping and a whole morning on our 3rd day. Waste no time in paradise. 😉 Continue reading
What could possibly be a high reward for a 6 hours day tour and a short nap?
Beach of course. 😉
I wasn’t so lucky for those days we stayed in Panglao, girl thing came – so yeah dealt with it! But I never let myself down and still enjoyed our stay here. Only positive vibes. 🙂 Continue reading
I’ve been longing to travel to Bohol since 2017 started and finally, I was able to visit it this summer – with my family.
Yep, you read it right – family! Continue reading
Thirty-four hours passed by when a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Bohol.
It was around eight in the morning yesterday when my brother woke me up and told me to get up because of the earthquake that was going. The moment I have my senses for real, I felt like a dancing drunk and I can really feel that our house was shaking, things were moving and
it was like crazy. That phenomena is not really a nice wake up call in the morning. No one likes that feeling to be scared first thing in your day!
We listened directly to the news and we found that Carmen, Bohol was the epicenter of that earthquake. Bohol felt 7.2 magnitude and Cagayan de Oro felt 4.0 magnitude earthquake.
The next Island of Bohol is Cebu. These two province were affected so much by this quake, mostly infrastructure damages but the sad news is, there are people who died in this natural disaster. I have a friend who is working/living in Cebu and I am glad he is safe and sound. He even shared how it feels like to be in 9th floor when it happened. There’s still aftershocks happening in Central Visayas and people really felt it and it shakes them.
This is one of the old Churches in Bohol. 😦 Check BBC News post http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-24530042 and Inquirer.net article http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/507169/6-dead-power-down-as-7-2-quake-hits-bohol
The damaged that this earthquake brought was at least lesser. Why? October 15 was a regular Holiday and no classes and no work. We should be at least thankful that it was a Holiday because if not, the damaged must been even worse including the life that been taken away by this disaster.
Praying for Philippines!
A note to life – live with faith!
I remember the Baclayon Church. Trip back 2011. I was looking up to the bell. It’s so old yet classic.
Visit my entry on blogspot about Sunken Cemetery of Camguin Island.
It was really hot babe, imagine my color after this Island-hopping craziness.
Trip at Bohol last year.
Weekly Travel Theme: Hot
Hey folks! Greetings to everyone =D Well actually this is my first time to join this meme. I saw Light House Blues posts and I am curious what is this ‘Weekly Travel Theme‘, and due to my curiosity I did my own investigation ( HA HA ) and found Where’s my backpack?
Do you have your backpack with you? Be like Dora, prepare the map and let us EXPLORE!!!!
So roll it…. here’s my entry for Weekly Travel Theme: Mystical
This was taken back late October 2011, short trip at Bohol, Philippines 3rd day was Island hopping.
Fleeting moments at Bohol evening date with the group.
Weekly Photo Challenge