|Sunrise in Bohol, my feet on the ferry stairs (Mint Green, F21), empty swimming pool of my Aunt's place|
|Mama, with her 60s-era hat, her real generation|
|Looks like I didn't feel being tired! Straight from work, baby!|
|The Man-made Forest on the way back to Tagbilaran from the Chocolate Hills|
|Must-try homemade chocolate+mango ice cream at Prony's site (Snackbar owned by a German guy) PHP40|
|Prony Burger, yummy for PHP100 only. ;)|
|Prony, changing skin|
|Loboc River in the afternoon|
|Quick beach essentials : my new Diane von Fursternberg ( DVFlovesRoxy ) bikini pair, Rip Curl hat and flip-flops, vintage-inspired rings (gift from my French friend Marion and Bazaar finds)|
|Family (Top Left: With Mama, with my brother ; Bottom Left to Right: my nephew and niece, my Uncle and Mama)|
Straight from work, out around early in the evening, took a cab headed to the Pier. The family was waiting for me, we were Bohol-bound. I couldn't say anything other than, I am frekken excited! Bohol has been one of my top easy-to-go-destination after a long week of work or even before when I still had to go to uni.
I am not sure how many times I have been here, countless for sure. My niece is 4 years old now and it's the best time to show her around Bohol, especially, Chocolate Hills. Every kid wonders about it. How it looks like and does it even taste sweet? LOL
Anyhoo, back when I was younger like 8 years old, I really thought it was real choco-coated hills. My childhood development wasn't as quick as Tom and Jerry playing hide-and-seek. And now, back to see those cute little protruding granite-formed cups (perhaps), always make feel so thankful to have seen such. Though, at first, I was just really itching to go to the beach. Happy enough that our little girl in the family was able to see 'em. ;)
Back in Cebu now.