Tuesday, June 5, 2007

bongga boholana

...at sumunod nga ako sa aking amang hari sa kanyang inutos. habang nagligpit ang aking mga alipin ng mga gamit, biglang dumapo ang kalapati ni amang hari sa aking bintana. dala nito ang mensahe na naglalaman ng tunay na dahilan ng kanyang pagtawag sa akin.

"magmadali ka na 'round bohol' tayo bukas at dapat kumpleto ang pamilya"

nangingilid na ang mga butil ng luha sa aking kayumangging mga mata. hindi alam ng amang hari kung ano ang internet, ang computer, ang blog at lalo nang hindi nya alam na naisigaw ko sa buong mundo ang aking nakakahiyang kahilingan, ngunit sya pa ang tumupad nito. mabuhay ka aking amang hari! iba ang level ng powers mo!!!

touching noh?!
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bitchywitch says: as the princess' legal adviser i would like to present to the whole world the proof of her encounters in the land famously known for its thousand nipple-like land formations and small creatures with ridiculously enormous eyes. let the table be opened for presentation.

I. Sagbayan Peak and Butterfly Sanctuary.

let the following images be labeled as exhibit A-1, A-2, A-3 and A-4 respectively as proof that our highness has seen and stepped into such place.

A-1: a view of the second hill which serves as a viewing deck providing a 360 view of sagbayan. one can actually see the cebu city lights at night from here. everyone is advised to save this place for sunset. at the foreground is the butterfly sanctuary

A-2: its the princess, who else?

A-3: one of the butterflies at the butterfly sanctuary captures at flight (just within sagbayan peak)

before i proceed on the next image, i would like to mention that sagbayan peak also has their own captive tarsiers and their sagbayan peak water park is already open. now before you make your grand exit from the said place, take a look around and hanapin nyo ito:

A-4: ang ganda ng drawing!

II. Chocolate Hills

below are the magnificent views that greeted the primera familia on their visit to chocolate hills. by the way, this is the princess' first visit after more then 22 years of living in boholandia. let the following images be marked as exhibit B-1, B-2, B-3 and B-4 respectively.

B-1: the entrance viewed from their lower observation deck

B-2: the pondering princess

B-3: the proud limestone formations bragging all their natural beauty

may it also be heard that the public is advised to thoroughly check whatever souvenir items that you want to buy which are sold in the area as their are a lot cheaper items on other places of the same quality. pero kung wala kayong magawa pagkatapos makita ang mga chokolateng burol, hanapin ito:

B-4: yan ang art!

III. Man-Made Forest and Hanging Bridge

to reach the next spot our the royal family has to pass the ever amazing man-made forest. to further present our proof, let the following images be tagged as exhibit C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, C-5 and C-6 respectively.

C-1: blurry image of the man-made forest (captured on a moving vehicle)

C-2: hanging bridge over loboc water

C-3: the princess before prancing over the bridge. ang taray!

C-4: clean green waters of loboc river, just below the hanging bridge.

C-5: one would be greeted by this simple and cute cottage of cheaper souvenir items at the end of the bridge and...

C-6: you can also buy fresh buko from there. saya noh?

IV. Tarsier and Loboc River Cruise

and this is the most exciting part of the journey. again may i present to the public exhibits D-2 to D-8.

D-1: spot the tarsier

D-2: tarsier: the maldita mode

D-3: tarsier: the cute mode

D-4: an underground water source of loboc river. it was here that the princess and one of her siblings took off their clothes and jumped on the cool waters of the river. mga pasaway.

D-5: the loboc river. gandah noh?

D-6: riverside forest, a protected area and habitat for tarsiers

D-7: end of the trip. the rushing waterfalls serves as the major source of loboc river. fresh from the mountains daw ito.

hindi na sila nakapag floating resto. they took the loboc river cruise at sa lahat ng mga baklang gustong mag river cruise, hanapin siya:

D-8: he was the boatman who toured and fluently talked about the loboc river while driving the boat. (he actually looked like a thai gay twink porn star with a swimmers bod hehehe...)

V. Longest and Biggest Python

the familia royale dropped on a private residents' house to take a look on wierd looking creatures of which the main attraction was their python among other faunas. let the following proof be marked as exhibit E-1, E-2, E-3 and E-4 respectively.

E-1: the python named Prony

E-2: flying lemur (a.k.a. kagwang) housemate actually sila ni prony

E-3: a few of the many caged animals were these two cute little owls

for those who want to be entertained while ogling on these creatures, hanapin nyo siya:

E-4: an unknown specie among the beasts

VI. Baclayon Church

the Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception was the last stop for the royal family. sitting in a quite town of baclayon, this church is considered the oldest in the philippines and a solid proof of spanish influence on us. let the images below also be a solid proof the family's visit to the church and be marked as exhibit F-1, F-2, F-3 and F-4 respectively.

F-1: the church viewed from east

F-2: the convent next to the church

F-3: church interior. they still have that pulpit and they also have...

F-4: an organ!!!(hehe)

that concludes my presentation. i hereby declare my assurance that all evidences presented are true and authentic. so help me god. charing!

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fairygodflower says: bakit wla akong role sa post na itey?...public apology nlng ang sa akin dahil super late ang entry namin. sowree!

Families are like fudge - mostly sweet with a few nuts.
-author unknown

6 ang nakibaka (comments):

l.a said...

Naloka ako sa Bawal Umihi Sign! Ano ba ang bawal ang Ihi o ang Titi! Nyahaha!

aries said...

bawal daw ikalat ang ihi dun, dapat siguro sinasahod!!! hahahaha

The Aceist said...

Mahilig ba talaga ang mga taga-Bohol sa mga phallic symbols?

Nako ha... Parang I wanna move there na...

joelmcvie said...

Bongga wagi ang presentation mo! Hay, na-miss ko uli Bohol. Napuntahan ko na lahat ng pinuntahan ninyo. I'm sure on the way to Carmen you passed by our house in Bilar, it's just on the side of the main road.

The hanging coffins, Sierra Bulliones, the Tarsier Sanctuary, Logarita Falls, Pamilacan and Balicasag... hay, andami pang masasayang puntahan!

Winner ang father mo for bringing you guys around Bohol.

aries said...

@ace- cge mare, sabay tayo pag-uwi ko. gawa tayong ng negosyo ha...

@joel- di ko napansin ung mansion nyo teh. chikahan portion kasi kami sa loob ng van hehe...

schmuck said...

your truly also went to bohol last summer.
its true! them "symbols" are for sale everywhere
have a look see.
http://flickr.com/photos/giobacalso/tags/bohol/

its a shame aries, hindi ka naman lang nag beach.. tsk tsk..