View from the window
I’m struggling to write lengthy paragraphs about my Bohol trip but the words are jumbled, just floating in space so, never mind. I’ll let the pictures do the talking while I interject once in a while, alright?
View from the window seat. The requisite plane photo.
I’ve always loved window seats for the fantastic view during daytime. Btw, how come Philippine Airlines‘ cabin crew is composed of both male and female while Cebu Pacific flights only have females? Hmm. And oh, I missed hearing the line “Coffee, tea or water?” Still fascinates me. Read: I’m such a kid. No wonder I’m not fit for this job (or even system engineer jobs for that matter).
A beautiful island, view from the plane
After an hour and an hour…
Passing a bridge
And another hour…
A tourist and a tarsier
My turn to take pictures of the ever so cute tarsier
Another tarsier photo
This tarsier was comfortable until a bunch of tourists came along
I guess the tarsier was annoyed with the noises since we were busy reminding everyone "No flash."
I thought we weren’t gonna stop here ’cause it’s is a perfect photo-op place. Should not miss.
This be the man-made forest. So Twilight!
And no trip to Bohol without seeing these:
The famous Chocolate Hills
I love blue, and photo below is a great example.
I find booking for a flight while in a lovely place like this extremely ironic. Hence this picture.
I did not even have to use my umbrella
Balbacua, one of the best things I've ever eaten.
And there's the beach
Hermit crab, hello.
Wrong shoes, nice contrast
Dauis Church. Oh what coincidence to have a sacristan out there by the door. Photo perfection.
And it’s time to go home.
The realization that the Philippines is beautiful
Back to reality