Must. Tour. Philippines. More.

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It’s embarrassing that I’ve seen so little of my own country especially when I supposedly love travel.  (Okay, need to save a LOT more.)  Well I’m going back to Bohol for a close friend’s wedding in August… That counts for something.  My favorite local destinations so far are Bohol, Cebu and Boracay (pre-moss invasion), plus a town in Batangas. :)

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  1. docgelo says:

    i’ve been to cebu, boracay, cagayan de oro, roxas city in capiz, batangas, baguio, ilocos, laguna, cavite, bulacan but never been to bohol unlike you. there’s so much to explore and enjoy in our own ‘home.’

    fyi, there’s a book about traveling devoted to our islands that says your lifetime isn’t enough to savor the 7 thousands plus islands we have here… amazing, isn’t it? :)

    • lynneenroute says:

      You should look into Bohol also. There’s so much to do like dolphin watching, the Loboc River Cruise, even the countryside tour where they take you to the 2nd oldest church in the Philippines (Baclayon Church), the Blood Compact site, etc. is interesting enough already. What’s also good about Bohol is that you can relax if that’s what you’re after. I love it there because the vibe is just so laidback compared to the fast pace of Manila.

      I go there often because I have a close friend who lives there. If you’re interested, I can even refer you to someone who could work out a tour itinerary for you. :)

      I make it a point to go somewhere everytime my birthday comes around. Usually it’s a new place but this year I’m actually going back to Bohol. I do want to try going back to CDO also.

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