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An occasionally belligerent mother of five and an autism parent / advocate who believes that traveling, good food and good company are vital to keep one sane. I've worked as a news writer/newscaster, a quality systems auditor, a ISO9001 consultant, an FM radio DJ, a Filipino tutor, TOEFL reviewer and have gone into the food industry both as an entrepreneur and as a mommy chef, giving a sponsored demo on healthy cooking in a mall and on local TV. My favorite job however, is being a mom and a wife.

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Saturday, May 28, 2016

Tagbilaran, Bohol In One Day Part Three: The Tarsier Conservation Area

Our last stop before going to Panglao Island was the Tarsier Conservation Area. 30 - 40 minutes away from Chocolate Hills, we checked out these nocturnal endangered mammals.

The keyword being nocturnal. As we walked through the area, we caught glimpses of sleeping tarsiers, unlike the wide eyed critters that we saw in Zoobic's (Subic, Philippines) Night Safari.

A minimal fee of 50 pesos/pax is charged for entrance fee. Your tickets to the place also double as postcards, that you can mail from the area.

By 4 PM, we were done with seeing our share of the tourist areas in Tagbilaran and was more than willing to check in, freshen up and rest from the day's activities.

At the entrance, don't forget to buy at bottle of mineral water for that short walk uphill and a pack of crunchy meal worms. They're a protein packed experience :)

Phil holds on to his pack of chichaworms and postcards/entrance tickets
Bohol has so much to offer and is always a great place to visit by your lonesome or with family and friends.

flying back to Manila

Do catch the rest of this one day adventure in the following links:

Tagbilaran, Bohol In One Day Part ONE: The Loboc River Cruise
Tagbilaran, Bohol In One Day Part TWO: The Chocolate Hills

From TMW, may all your wanderings be better than ours!

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