Bohol finally opened its doors to visitors. Together with that is the re-opening of the paradise inside this Island Paradise – Mithi Resort and Spa.
There’s irresistible charm to simplicity don’t you think? This is probably why Boholanos are crowding to this new place in Carmen every weekend.
We spent the whole afternoon enjoying the view, swimming and tasting Amorita’s menu while waiting for the main event!
Jagna is known for kalamay – Bohol’s most famous delicacy. The town though, is so much more than this sticky sweet snack.
There are already a lot of options around Tagbilaran City for quality cafes and restaurants. And Savour Café is a new addition!
Their farms and rolling terrain, gives a lot of opportunity for exploration!
I like farms so to me it was a very interesting experience – full of learning too!
Fried bees anyone? – Kidding. Fried bees or not, Bohol Bee Farm is still one of the most interesting places you can see in Panglao. Once in a while, I get to visit the place to eat but this time, I will be telling you about my tour experience at their place!
*Inserts “Foodie Song” of Boholano artist Joseph Gara.
Food always lifts my mood and if it does not, then there is something wrong with the food. However, Kew Hotel’s Filipino Buffet did not disappoint.
“My friends invited me to go with them in a Fish Pen one weekend and I said yes without hesitation and without any idea of what to expect, what to do or what to bring…That day turned out fun and surprising!”