Going to Bohol meant quite a detour, but I couldn’t NOT visit the Philippine’s 10th biggest island- there were tarsiers to be seen and Chocolate Hills to be climbed!
Even though it was different from what I had expected, Boracay turned out to be the paradise I was hoping for – the days spent at the glorious White Beach, the nights spent dancing!
I expected to hate Manila, but I ended up having a terrific time there and even spent more time in the city that I had wanted! Read to find out what made Manila so great for me..
How much money does it cost to travel in the Philippines? I am breaking down my expenses in detail for you: accommodation, food, drinks, tours and transportation.
Palawan was the last stop on my Philiippines island hopping adventure and I couldn’t have chosen a better place for the grand finale than the world’s most beautiful island!
I am looking back on my travels over the past four weeks, what went well and what didn’t, lessons I’ve learned this month, what’s new with Globetrottergirls and what’s next for me.
This photo essay sums up my travels through the Philippines – enjoy my favorite pictures from the place that turned out to become one of my favorite Asian countries!
Bohol was the only island in the Philippines that I visited NOT for beaches and snorkeling, but for wildlife (tarsiers!) and the natural wonder of the Chocolate Hills.
Siquijor had not been in my original plans for the Philippines, but I am so glad that I ended up there – this island paradise became one of my favorite places in the Philippines!