08/16/2011 liza

One of the remarkable churches we visited in Bohol is the Baclayon Church. It is one of the oldest stone churches built during the Spanish era. Currently, there is a museum next to the church that houses significant artifacts and memorabilias that are being preserve for hundreds of years already. I can’t even forget the 18th century marriage log book there. And I felt like living in the past. So sad that cameras are not allowed so I can’t show any pictures. Anyways, what makes this church interesting, aside from its rich history is the image of Father Pio on…

08/08/2011 liza 1Comment

Our trip to Bohol is our first stop for domestic/beach travel this 2011.Ā  I’ve always wanted to go to this place to see the Chocolate Hills but I was surprised because it doesn’t only have the amazing hills, it is also gifted with a beautiful white-sand beach — the Alona Beach. As I’ve mentioned in my previous post, we got our ticket from PAL’s downpour deals. Our 2-day tour was hosted by Choco Tours, a local rent-a-car company based in the province. We had the Panglao tour on the first day and Bohol Countryside tour on the second day. All…