Nearly four days of exploring one of the gem provinces of Visayas were not enough to take all the beauty of i...
Nearly four days of exploring one of the gem provinces of Visayas were not enough to take all the beauty of its nature and people. Bohol is simple, serene, and very tourist-friendly. I still can't think of the perfect word to describe my experience. All I know is that I'll never see enough and I'll keep coming back to this place given the chance. We stayed at Moon Fools Hostel - one that's perfect for backpackers who prefer staying out most of the time and do not bother lounging around with fellow tourists. Plus, it's
cheaper one of the cheapest ways of staying in. I also won't forget the Chinese-Romanian couple we met during the island hopping and the guides on all our tours who were extremely warm and accomodating. The couple enjoyed snorkeling as much as my sister and I did. In fact, we enjoyed everything especially the feeling of being so free with just the two us traveling in an unfamiliar space. We tried several different cuisines available, loved the fresh seafood and fruit shakes, took lots of pictures, and the most unforgettable moment of all, the first taste of sea urchin and longganisa barbeque. It feels great to have been able to step aside and brace on a little break to be with nature. Felt a tad bit glazed, but why bother? See you again, Bohol!