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The day started with an early morning pickup from our hotel and then a 2 hour ferry ride to Bohol. The company was awesome and stayed with us at the ferry terminal until we walked onto the boat. When we arrived to Bohol the company found us right away, and Holli, me, and the other three who had booked the tour for the day, climbed into the van and headed for our first stop, which was a bit weird. From there we moved onto the Baclayon Church, one of the oldest Catholic, stone churches in the Philippines.
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Then we moved onto my favorite part of the tour: driving through the Mahogany Forest to a Tarsier Sanctuary! These little guys are so cute and teeny tiny! It was nice to observe them in a protected space. After leaving the most adorable part of our tour, we headed to the prettiest- and most tasty! A river cruise and lunch on the boat in Loboc.
They had wonderfully tasty vegetarian and vegan! There were musicians on board serenading us the entire time, and we even made a stop to watch locals perform some traditional dances. The final stop of the day was to the Chocolate Hills, a geological formation that formally includes more than 1, hills but our tour guide informed us the number has grown to over 1, as the protected area has been enlarged by the government. But still very cool. After a coffee and tea stop at a cafe near the ferry terminal, we were dropped off for the ferry ride home.
I had the munchies, so popped into the snack store to buy something to last until Holli and I made it back to Cebu for dinner. For our last full day in Cebu, we headed out for a tour of the City. We probably would have started with this if one had been available when we first arrived. In hindsight, booking the tour for Sunday was a great idea because traffic is SO much better than it is every other day of the week.
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Our tour took us to most of the historically significant spots across Cebu, and we added in a bit of walking to make sure we saw Colon Street, which is supposedly? Heritage of Cebu Monument.
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Brilliant monument that distills most of the historically significant parts of Cebuano history into a single piece of art, beginning with the chief Lapu-Lapu killing explorer Ferdinand Magellan. Site where the original cross from Ferdinand himself was planted.
It is the oldest landmark in Cebu Church and Convent of Santo Nino. Erected in , and home to the second oldest artifact in Cebu, the Holy Child Jesus of which I do not have photos, because the line to visit this was at least hours long. My favorite part of this visit was the mass going on in the open courtyard, with people buzzing around everywhere. Colon Street. Without traffic we were moving way ahead of schedule, so Holli and I headed to Colon Street.
So much poverty and trash, everywhere. We were clearly not walking through the purely commercial part of this street that most tourists go to. Fort San Pedro. Not much of this former functioning fort remains, but there was one room in the Fort with a photo exhibit that was absolutely fascinating!
Great example of how history can be whitewashed. A trip to the Fort is absolutely worth it just for everything you can see and learn about the city in this exhibit. This was easily my favorite stop of the day. It offers great views of Cebu as well. Temple of Leah. The next visit offered the best view of the day, but was also one of the stranger stops of the tour. The tour then had two stops over in Mactan: one of the Mactan shrine and the other of the famous, local guitar shop. It was a much longer drive than we expected, so afterwards, we decided to skip the guitar shop neither of us were going to buy anything and just visit the shrine.
But our driver was either lazy or confused and took us to a very unimpressive statue that had something to do with Magellan; not even worth posting a photo here. I think you can save yourself some time and money by just booking a half-day tour for Cebu City sites; that will give you everything we saw without the trip to Mactan and taxis are cheap enough that you can hire one yourself if you want to visit anything in particular in Mactan.
It was the first time Holli and I had traveled together, and like Forrest and Jenny- peas and carrots. Cebu is a great destination for anyone interested in history, culture, and FOOD! If you need an independent substitute for your Greggs fix, Pink Lane Bakery provides homemade pasties, cakes and vegan treats. Across the road is the Amnesty Bookshop , which always has interesting stock. The Ouseburn is home to loads of great music venues, pubs, galleries and artist studios, and right in the centre you can find Ouseburn Farm.
I recommend the Cumberland Arms for a pint of local beer. An hour north of Newcastle is Alnwick , a beautiful town with a castle and Barter Books. This treasure trove of secondhand books is housed in a Victorian railway station where you can cosy up by an open fire in one of the old waiting rooms with a cup of tea.
For a complete contrast, I recommend the Victorian-era Saltwell Park , south of the town centre — I visit every other day. If ever I feel like escaping Newcastle for some fresh sea air and a bit of space, I love visiting Low Newton-by-the-Sea. There is a long sandy beach with blue-green rockpools, and it is a lovely walk around Embleton Bay to Dunstanburgh Castle.
Reward yourself with traditional Craster kipper fishcakes and a pint of ale brewed on site at the Ship Inn. The Northumberland coast has beautiful beaches. One of my favourite is Sugar Sands near Longhoughton.
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It is usually deserted and is great for kids, birdwatchers and sea kayakers — take a picnic and a wetsuit. For coastal walks, I love the route from Budle Bay to Craster. There are views of the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and the path takes you past Bamburgh Castle , along sandy beaches such as Beadnell Bay, next to crystal-clear waters. Just south of Craster is Howick Hall , the ancestral seat of Earl Grey — you can walk to another little beach at the bottom of the gardens. The high street has a great range of independent shops, bars and restaurants.
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The market in the Metro station at weekends is worth a visit, not least for the beauty of the station itself. Another beach, Longsands, gets some good waves if you fancy surfing. Again, there are some great independent bars and restaurants, and working fishing vessels going out, which gives the place real character.
You can get great deals on fresh fish, too. A great place to fill your lungs with air is the Weardale moors in the Pennines. Find your bookmarks in your Independent Minds section, under my profile. Subscribe Now Subscribe Now. Final Say. Long reads.
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