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Kids at Punta Bay, Maribojoc

Place: Punta Bay, Maribojoc, Bohol, Philippines

These kids are just about ready to take a dip at Punta Bay, Maribojoc, where the famous Punta Cruz watch tower is just nearby. The beach is okay for swimming and because waves can be bigger compared to the beaches in Panglao, it adds to the fun.

Little kids and toddlers may not like to get splashed over their heads though so they should just stay near the shore.

The beach is a bit rocky but the rocks are relatively smooth so they are not so much of a hassle.

Punta Bay is an alternative beach area with a smaller crowd because it is less known compared to the beaches in Panglao. I also suspect the reef area might be a good dive spot but haven’t tried diving there yet.

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Ogie and Regine at the Verdant Pavillion

Place: Bingag, Panglao, Bohol, Philippines Once in a while, Boholanos get lucky and popular performers hold concerts in the province. Last February, as a Valentine treat, Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez held a very enjoyable concert that included some standup comedy from Ogie. The Verdant Pavillion at Panglao Island Nature Resort is a favorite venue [...]

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Swimming Pool Joy at the Bohol Tropics

Place: Bohol Tropics Resort, Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines The swimming pool at the Bohol Tropics Resort in Tagbilaran City is one of the better designed and maintained in the city. We spent an afternoon way back in June 2009 at this resort and the kids enjoyed it very much. There is a kiddie pool but [...]

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Double Rainbow Surprise at Buenavista

Place: Buenavista, Bohol, Philippines Once in a while, mother nature can suprise you just when you need it.  I was driving going to Talibon for 1.5 hours already and we were in Buenavista approaching the next town Getafe (or Jetafe to some people).  The late afternoon drive was making me drowsy. But everyone on board [...]

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Zinnia Garden at Batuan, Bohol

Place: Poblacion Vieja, Batuan, Bohol, Philippines In 2004, we attempted to get into the floral supply business.  It never took off due to the preference of florists to use mums rather than zinnias.  Our zinnia garden in Poblacion Vieja, Batuan, Bohol, however, was a joy to watch when the flowers where in full bloom. This [...]

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Loay Late Afternoon Scene

Driving back to Tagbilaran after a brief visit to my mother’s home town Batuan, Bohol, I chanced upon this beautiful sunset just after the large bridge over the Loboc River in Loay, Bohol. The sun was actually quite bright yet and it was a bit difficult to see what was ahead on the highway… a [...]

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Mid-morning Wonder at Our Backyard

My mobile phone can be charged using a computer’s USB port and it is a very convenient feature for me who works most of the day in front of a computer.  When I plug in my phone into the USB port, it usually opens the phone’s 1GB flash memory card as a directory on the [...]

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Sunset at San Miguel

I was driving one Saturday afternoon going to Talibon, Bohol and the sun was already setting.  I passed by a fairly large rice field that had the hills as its edge and these hills are themselves the edge of the cluster of the Chocolate Hills.  One of the better sunsets I have seen was happening [...]

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Brief History of the Establishment of Guindulman, Bohol

Bohol Island Hotels By: Dr. Jes B. Tirol, Ph.D. Historian Proem On July 3, 1768 the Royal Order that expelled the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) from all Spanish dominion was implemented in Bohol. At the time when the Jesuits left, the following were the towns existing in Bohol: 1.Baclayon 5. Inabanga 9. Malabohoc 2.Dauis 6. [...]

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Bohol Organizes ICT Council

The province of Bohol through its Investments Promotions Center, together with the Department of Trade and Industry, organized the Bohol ICT Council on April 23, 2008.  The members of the council were selected among the attendees of a SWOT session led by the Commission on ICT the previous week. The council also elected its Chairperson, [...]

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