Enjoying the personal view of the rolling terrain of Chocolate Hills was one of the tourist highlights in Bohol. Prior to having lunch at Loboc River Cruise, we exhausted ourselves by climbing the 214 steps leading us to the observation deck where one can view the hills up close and even count them!
One of us even wanted to back out because of the height, but in the end she continued and didn’t mind or she’d be left alone below! Fairly well, the 214 steps was worth it! Upon reaching the observation deck, a beautiful sight greeted us and gave us excitement to play with the hills. The Chocolate Hills was indeed a great wonder of nature. But how these hills were formed?
A local tour guide explained that they were formed when tectonic process happened millions of years ago causing the seabed to uplift. From there, I realized that these hills were not piles of mud which formed underground but are limestone.
A group of sexy Europeans doing the pyramid
At the observation deck, there was a photographer who took photos of every tourists so you can buy it as souvenir from their DIY photo booth.
We then spotted these European tourists with skins almost tan and bodies that were fit. The guy in white tank was hot and I just couldn’t take my eyes away from him. His tattoo made him hotter and Read more…