fcy911When traveling to Bohol Island in the Philippines, the Lobo River is one of the must-visit attractions, known as the "Oriental Amazon River". Everyone was on a boat tour, the pristine tropical scenery on both sides of the strait made people linger, this kind of beauty is rare. The singers on the ship sang familiar songs. Later, the singer invited tourists to sing. Some of the companions who were not stage fright sang. There are many characteristic houses on both sides of the strait, and many children are still performing here. There are also many interesting buildings on the riverside, which remind you to find out. Taking the boat down the river, slowly, time seems to be slowing down, the wish seems to stagnate, and gradually intoxicated.
yangduoduo17The Bohol Butterfly Habitat Nature Conservation Center is not like other places to visit butterflies. The staff here know a lot, making the visit very interesting. He would squat down and tell us from which angle we can take cool pictures. Tip: Don’t forget to try their Madame Butterfly ice cream. I think it should be the best in Bohol. The feature of this visit is that under the guidance of the tour guide, we saw and understood very interesting butterflies, but what I like most is the innovative photography concept proposed by our tour guide. We posed many interesting poses with the butterfly, and we had a great time. The garden here is very beautiful, this is the first time I have seen such beautiful and vibrant flowers!
悠长板凳Loboc Town (Loboc Town) may be the second largest town on Bohol Island after Tagbilaran, as is the Loboc San Pedro Church (Museo De Loboc) built in 1602 One of the oldest churches on the island. The earthquake collapsed in 2013. As famous as this church’s long history, there is also an interesting story about her. People decided to build a bridge over the Loboc River next to the church. They didn’t know this. The bridge was designed by a friend who was short-sighted. When the construction was halfway, the workers found that the bridge was facing the church. If it was built further, the church had to be demolished, so the construction had to be stopped.
zzoukbuzzNice church! However, it was partially destroyed by the recent Oct earthquake. Some of the church area is out of bounds for fear of weak structural damage. There are some heavy duty hard hards around for tourists. Understandably, they were issued to the tourists when the church re opened aft earthquake.