For our third and last day in Bohol, we hired a local fisherman to bring us in the Virgin Island. After haggling and making "paawa", we agreed for 500 bucks. It's a little sketchy (and not safe at all, walang life vest!) but the experience is something I'll never forget. I really enjoyed my older brother and sister's company. We didn't fight for five days, FIVE FREAKING DAYS. If you really knew me, you would know that most of the time, I just want to be alone and can get really moody and cranky. My friends call it "bitch mode" time. Going back to Bohol, don't miss the Virgin Island when you're in Bohol. Just make sure it's low tide because the island sinks during high tide!
The Virgin Island at 8AM
I miss wearing my shredded pants, DLS-CSB has a strict dress code :(
Last week, my brother, sister and I went to Bohol and Cebu for the Sinulog Festival (I'll tell more about it later). Bohol was surprisingly amazing- the beaches, people, food, and etc. Y'all don't know how much I kept on saying that to my folks as soon as I got back in Manila.
And this is why we're always mistaken as a couple... #SiblingLove
It was raining ants and grasshoppers (hence the cloudy photo) but it didn't stop me from taking outfit shots. HAHA