Bohol is one of the many islands in the Philippines that are rich in scenic beauty from the much known chocolate hills, the Loboc River, and the white sand beaches in Panglao Island. I’ve been to Bohol but only stayed there for a day and I wasn’t able to go around the place. One of the things that I would love to see in Bohol is the long list of towns that have historic facades that were build way back during the Spanish occupation. Some are still well preserved while some have been partially restored to reflect its original figure. For example, some of the church seating chairs in the old churches were also repainted and polished so it can be brought back to its former condition and prevent further damage. I hope we could visit Bohol again and this time go on a tour and really explore the scenic spots.
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