These are just some of the things that had made it so famous.
the Chocolate Hills is a unique landscape that is scattered all over the island of Bohol. They are called chocolate hills because they turn brown during summer when the tree leaves and grass starts to wilt. During rainy days they are green just like the ones above.
cute eh? This is a Tarsier- the world's smallest primate. They are nocturnal creatures and are very territorial. The best place to view these creatures is in the protected areas of Corella, Bohol.
this is the renowned Loboc River. One can enjoy their lunch while abode the bancas. The trip will last for one hour and tourists will be treated to the spectacular view of the Green River, which is considered as one of the Philippines' cleanest body of water.
Bohol is also known for its pristine beaches. The Amarela is one of the fast rising tourist favorites. One can experience a luxurious vacation at affordable prices. This resort is also rich in Bohol's culture because it makes use of hand-made local antiques and ornaments.
Which brings me back to my original post.
Here is moi doing my crocodile interpretation...
The Pooper Scooper as Hairy Houndini
have a happy, fun-filled weekend everyfurball.