Speechless me!


I'm a person of many words, my posts can attest to it. But today I decided to just let the pictures speaks for itself, no detailed itinerary talks. See the pics and I know anyone can relate to the same profound emotions I've been feeling when I was there taking some of the shots below.

Have nice viewing everyone!!


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Who would not wish for a trip that includes a cruise in one of the famous floating restaurant in Loboc River? The food, fresh air, the country songs, smiling faces of Boholano not to mention the picturesque view of a place- so green, the water - so clear, the air - cold and fresh that you could utter a wish to just stay there for as long as you want!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Busay Falls - a mini falls about one and a half meter at most. It marks the point where the floating restaurant cannot go any further. Shot taken by chinaeyes alexis.




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Loboc River @ the background




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The floating restaurant




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

I had taken shots below while wandering alone along the shore of Balicasag Island







~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

As early as 5:30am we were already in the middle of the sea, eyes alert and always camera ready because at any moment, dolphins will be swimming by. There were around ten boats with tourists on board, and just like us, hoping to take a closer glimpse of these sweet, playful creatures. Every time dolphins came out of the surface, everyone was shouting in glee, fingers all pointing towards the direction of the swimming dolphins, all boats were racing towards it just at the same time that these playful creatures swam back to their hiding. The lines "ayun! ayun! ayun! wala na!" (translation: there! there! there! It's gone!), paired with an almost exasperated look, were famous.

I am just lucky enough to capture dolphin's dorsal fin in one of my shots. This is an achievement because no one in our group did! Can you spot a pair of dolphin?




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

We had also dropped by the Butterfly farm. It is in this trip that I was able to differentiate the pupa of a moth from that of a butterfly. And that a lazy butterfly actually lives for 90 days but a butterfly who loves to fly and pollinates every flowers it passed by will only live for 21 days. A side information added: Butterflies lived a short life but their mating usually lasted from 3hours to 24 hours, non-stop! Some of my guy-colleagues even wish they have the stamina of a butterfly! (lol)

Pictures of a butterfly below taken by cj, the flowers shot by c
hinaeyes alexis



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Can you spot the Mayon Volcano? This is a shot taken by ram aboard Zest Air on our way to Bohol.




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Tierra Azul beach basking in a fresh Saturday sunshine. It's a perfect weather for dolphin watching! Pictures below taken by CJ (you're the wackiest dude!)



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

A Bohol trip will not be an official Bohol Trip unless you have spotted a tarsier. Because the entire day of our first day were jam-packed of country-side tours, we stopped by the tarsier sanctuary at past 7pm. At my first glance, I thought it was a rat! I took a closer look and my gaze was met by an enormous eyes. They said a tarsier's eyeball is as big as their brain. I wasn't able to take a good shot because of low light. Flashes were strictly not allowed as these will stress this vulnerable creature. And when the tarsier is under stress, it tends to hurt itself. Suicidal! Thanks to the big boss who shared the good shots.


2 comments:

RicAdeMus said...

My son would love the tarsier!

Such lovely locations, thank you for sharing the pictures.

Do you think you talk a lot? I don't think so! =)

Romes said...

Oh, i've been to the place too. I love nature, really!

Related Posts with Thumbnails