Something from the Philippines

The Philippines is my home country. I was born and raised in this beautiful archipelago (sense the bias?)

Last summer, my family and I went to Bohol. We went to a lot of tourist spots like the famous Chocolate Hills, Man-made Forest, and Alona Beach (pictures below!) This beach is one of the most photogenic places I’ve been to.

 

Alona Beach, Bohol
Alona Beach

 

 

Dragonfruit ice cream
Dragonfruit Ice Cream

 

Bought this ice cream at The Buzzz Cafè – Alona Beach. This ice cream comes in a lot of flavors most of them are in fruit flavors. This ice cream is so unique because it is dragonfruit. It’s my first time ever to try this flavor and I definitely will eat a lot more next time!

Location:

The Buzzz Cafè – Alona Beach: Alona Beach, Alona Beach Rd, Panglao, 6340 Bohol, Philippines

 

double rainbow at Alona Beach
Double rainbow at Alona Beach

 

We are very fortunate to be able to see a double rainbow after long hours of rain at Bohol. At first, we were disappointed that it rained on our first day because who likes a rainy weather when traveling? However, God has something better planned which is why He told us to stick through the rain and gave us this beautiful view. The double rainbow is really magnificent, the picture doesn’t do it justice!

 

Coconut trees at Alona Beach
Coconut trees at Alona Beach

To all the people who wanted to visit The Philippines, please do go to Bohol. The island has not yet been modernized, so if you want an island life you may check this out! If you want to know more about this place, please don’t hesitate to ask me.

Hope you all enjoyed a little snippet of my Bohol trip! 🙂

Love,

Caye

 

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