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Every year when we have our summer outing we always make it near the date of our parent’s wedding anniversary. This year March 2015 is their 30th wedding anniversary (yey!) and we’ve decided that we will celebrate it in the beautiful province of Bohol, the home of the smallest living primate – Tarsier.

So here’s short video of Renzo’s teleportation!

Day 1


Here’s my sister and younger brother (First timers.. hahaha :P)

We landed at Tagbilaran Airport around 9:00 in the morning.

Shell Amazing Toilet

It’s funny when my dad entered the toilet, he didn’t knew it was already our first stop, he hesitated to enter because he taught it was a sala. Hahaha.10854958_946764042002682_223800687834252254_o

Bohol Museum


Cool Creepy Bones

Hinagdanan Cave
Be careful when entering the cave coz it’s so slippery. The underground lake is a popular swimming spot however the lake is made of brackish water so it’s a little bit salty.


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Dauis Church & Panglao Church
These churches are pretty much wrecked by the recent earthquake, good thing they are all into construction and they are already rebuilding the churches.

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Shell Museum
Lots and lots of shells. We didn’t even know all of those shells exist!!  (After we saw all those shells, we searched for it on the beach.. Hahahaha check out our day 3) You can also see antiques and animal skeletons on the museum.


Not only shells but also  skeletons



Bohol Bee Farm

All stuffs are organic here at Bohol Bee Farm, we bought wild honey and we tried their home-made ice creams.. We ate spicy ginger, guyabano (my favorite) avocado, lemongrass and chocolate. We also tried their lemongrass juice. (Yum!)



The fun part, holding the bee cages!!


That is called: Courage (lols)

We had lunch at chicken ati-atihan. I like their grilled chicken, a MUST-TRY. Two thumbs up for me!

We drop by into a nearby market to buy some food to cook for our dinner and tomorrow’s breakfast.

We stayed at Bohol Sunside Resort. The rooms are super big and clean, the pool is good too, however their blankets are too small and thin. They also give free water gallons per room and free use of kitchen utensils. (NICE!)





Kean definitely LOVES water

Day 1 Itinerary

9:00 am – Touch Down Tagbilaran Airport
9:30 am – Shell Museum
10:00 am – Bohol Museum
10:30 am- Dauis Church
11:00 am – Hinagdanan Cave
11:30 am – Panglao Church
12:00nn – Lunch Time
1:30 pm – Bohol Bee Farm
2:00 pm – check in at the hotel
5:00 pm – Swimming time

Summary of expenses

2,100.00 – Tour Rate for 9 pax
855.00 – Entrance Fee 95/ head
1,200.00 – Lunch
1,500.00 – Dinner and Breakfast
5,655.00 – Total

Day 2

Start of our City Tour!!!

First Stop

Man Made Forest



The real Edward and Bella (tuma-twilight)

Chocolate Hills


ATV Ride
All of us are first timers riding ATV and Buggy.. They are fun to ride!!! I enjoyed riding my buggy  while my passenger is enjoying the view.


Bohol Habitat (Butterfly Sanctuary)

The 3D butterfly photos are cute!!! Thanks to our guide for taking photos of us..



a very huge moth


Time to fly sissy..


Tarsier Conservation Area
We saw 4 of these little creatures.



Loboc floating Resto
The food was Good and the ride was fun, there’s a performer who sings while we eat our food. Besides the singer on the boat, there are also performers in the middle of the cruise and they are fun to watch as they dance tinikling and sing their native songs.



Blood compact

Instead of taking pictures here in blood compact, I bought souvenirs, ref magnets and key chains.. hahaha


My mom got the chance to take a picture



DAY 2 Itinerary

9:00 am – Call time
10:30 am – Man Made Forest
11:00 am – Chocolate Hills
12:00 am – ATV Ride
1:30 pm- Bohol Habit
2:00 nn – Tarsier Conservation Area
2:30 pm – Loboc Floating restaurant
3:30 pm – Baclayon Church
4:00 pm – Blood Compact
5:00 pm – Dropped by: market
5:30 pm – Return to Hotel


8,480.00 – Tour Rate

1,500.00 – Food

9,980.00 – Total Expense

Day 3

This is my Favorite part!!! Take me to the Beach!

I never thought Dolphin watching will be fun.. Boats chase them but then they get disturbed. What our boatman did was stay for a little while try not to make too much noise from his motorboat until such time he see dolphins then we run after them.. Luckily we see them near.

After dolphin watching we went to balicasag island, (a little tip, its better if you bring your own aqua shoes or jelly shoes they are cheap here in manila for about 50-100 pesos only) since some of us didn’t bring aqua shoes we opted to rent some, especially for the girls. Even though some corals are already damaged because they are being stepped, there are still lots of fish and we even saw nemo and that yummy loro fish.. Hahaha.. My parents enjoyed snorkeling especially my dad 😀

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We also went to virgin island, it has beautiful wide stretch of fine white sand and lots of shells too (like we saw on shell museum!)DSC03593DSC03596


Timmy Time moments


This will bring us fortune, like the one we saw at the shell museum, the smallest shell.. hahahaha..



When we get back to the resort, my mom and my dad went to the market to buy some food. We rented the scooter for a day so they can go to the market.

Day 3 Itinerary

Sea and island Tour

5:30 am – Call Time
6:00 am – 3:00 pm – Sea Tour (dolphin
watching, snorkeling sa balicasag island, virgin island)

Summary of Expense

1,800.00 – Tour Rate (good for 9 pax)
450.00 – Entrance Fee (50 x 9)
1,350.00 – Guide Fee (150 x 9)
225.00 – Mask (75×3)
2,500.00 – Food
300.00 – Shoes (75×4)
600.00 – Port Transfer


Day 4

600.00 Resort to port transfer

It’s more fun in BOHOl!!!

Here are some photos of Bohol Sunside Resort


Our Room



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Post by: Kimmy Dora