Bohol

We took a Super Cat Ferry to Bohol from Cebu and stayed in a small resort in the Baclayon hills called Sunrise Sunset. It was out of the way from most things and a good place to rest & recuperate in. We were introduced to the owner, a Filipina artist-writer who lives in France, by my Uncle Claudio.

When we got picked up by the resort service at night I asked if we could go to a Seven Eleven and driver kind of laughed, “Ma’am there’s no Seven Eleven in Bohol”.

Bohol is quite a popular tourist place, but definitely still a lot smaller than Cebu.

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

 

The daily fare was traditional Filipino – fried Bangus (Milk Fish) w/ Garlic Rice, which we got a bit addicted to. Bihon Soup (thin rice noodle in broth) and Achara (Shredded Green Papaya Salad in Vinaigrette) were on the house.

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

There was a small infinity pool as well which was open all day & night. A good place to just relax, be lazy and do nothing. We actually tried to catch the sunrise and sunset most days, just because…. 🙂

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset

Sunrise Sunset