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The island of the Tarsir, Chocolate hills, Loboc River and Panglao Island with the famous white beaches.

How to travel from Siquijor to Cebu or Bohol

How to travel from Siquijor to Cebu or Bohol

Siquijor has ferries going in all directions. You can travel to Dumaguete, where you can find Sibulan Airport f.e. or travel from there to Cebu by bus.  But you can also travel directly from Siquijor to Cebu Island by ferry, You can even bring a motorcycle or a car. And there are daily ferries leaving for Tagbilaran in Bohol. Make sure you plan your trip in advance, since weather conditions can influence departure. Timetable changes due to weather or maintenance…

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The Bohol Videos, part 2

The Bohol Videos, part 2

There is a lot to be seen when visiting Bohol, I roamed the island using public transport and sometimes going off the beaten path to meet the people and visite villages. Here is part 2 of my One Minute Videos taken at Bohol Island.

The Bohol Videos, part 1

The Bohol Videos, part 1

My One minute YouTube Channel is dedicated to making raw video during my visit in the Philippines and showing the country to you as it is. Not only the nice spots, but also the blinds spots you hardly discover when searching Google. here are the videos I took when visiting Bohol, visit the YouTube Channel and subscribe and give me the thumbs up when you watch a video.

Another fun thing to do in Bohol

Another fun thing to do in Bohol

Sometimes the weather isn’t all that great or your sunburn to much to have another beach-day. And once you have seen the Chocolate Hills, the Tarsiers, the Loboc River Cruise  and all the other fun things to do on Bohol, you wonder what is left to see. Than there is Nova’s Shell Museum in the Poblacion Panglao, only 15 minutes by tricycle from Alona Beach. When I went there I expected a room with shells, few cabinets nothing more. Boy…

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What to do on Bohol in one day?

What to do on Bohol in one day?

Bohol offers next to white sandy beaches on Panglao and near Anda, also some terrific must sees for every tourist. Here are tourist sites you can combine in one day trip. Chocolate Hills You haven’t seen Bohol if you haven;t seen the Chocolate hills. Now you can either go tot the main attraction site or you can take a bus from Tubigon to Carmen en drive through the Chocolate hill landscape. But if you are visiting only one day, the…

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Bohol, an Island under construction

Bohol, an Island under construction

  When visiting Bohol one will see lots of construction sites. The island is still recuperating from the 2013 earthquake. The damage is still visible: broken houses, demolished public markets and ruined churches. Although roads have been repaired and replaced they still are not in the best condition, travelling the coastal road with a Ceres bus will have you bumping all over the place in an awkward squeaking rhythm. Bridges are still being reinstalled and houses rebuild. Still the beauty…

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Loboc River Cruise

Loboc River Cruise

The queue and waiting time seemed endless, but finally we got around paying for our ticket and embarking. My Loboc river cruise was about to begin!!             Facts and Figures Entrance: 450 pesos per person Duration: 1 hour Waiting time: Long! +/- 1 hour Food: reasonable (Filipino dishes) Drinks: Ice tea, other drinks you need to pay for. Seating: Fixed, appointed by front desk entertainment: on board and during the cruise at a certain point…

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