Bohol Part 4

Having inside the Hinagdanan cave was my first time experience at this magnitude, I mean I have been in some caves but this one is by far the largest cave I've been.

Looking at those cave features called  stalactites and stalagmites, made me remember the good old school days during elementary. Something so amazing for me during those younger years and even to this day.

Visiting the museum of shells gave me an idea on developing my own museum at home, of different subject of course.

We also had a chance to gate crash a wedding ceremony when we visited this old church to see for ourselves an old style of interior design, paintings on the ceiling.

To be continued....

Bohol Part 3

It was almost midday by the time we finished at the tarsier sanctuary, so we head on to our next destination for lunch. The floating resto.

Though the food was not that enticing for the taste buds, it was good enough to calm hunger. But the experience during this hour of eating on a floating table and kitchen was amazing and refreshing.

The floating lunch lasted for about an hour with a few attractions on your way  to the mini falls, the dancing and singing of the locals with the famous tinikling.

We also visited one of the old church that day, the Baclayon Church. Since the church was under renovation due to the recent earthquake, we were not able to see the inside of this old church.

The Blood Compact was one of Bohol Historical Rites during the Colonial Era. It was the time when the Spaniards and Portuguese where battling for expansion of colonies. And it is one of the highlights in the history of the Philippines as a Nation.

To be continued....