Bohol-Cebu: Days 3 & 4

See Bohol Day 1
See Bohol Day 2

On our last day in Bohol, we woke up a little late to have breakfast.  After that, we took more pictures and checked out.  We were picked up by our ride at 10 am.  We bought pasalubong near the pier.  We bought OceanJet ferry tickets for P500 each and waited until 12:30 pm for our 2-hour trip to Cebu.

We got to sunny Cebu and rented a van for P150 to take us to Radisson Blu.  Our friend Yvonne arranged our accommodation.  We settled in, cleaned up (Finally! No more saltwater!), and headed to SM Cebu to buy more pasalubong.  We didn’t have time to see tourist spots because we’re leaving the next day.

We had dinner in Port Restaurant in Waterfront Lahug.  It has delicious buffet selections of Filipino food.  Lechon Cebu cannot be left out, of course.  Once again, we stuffed ourselves silly!

We burned what we consumed (or tried to!) by swimming in Radisson’s pool.  The deepest is only 4 feet and it has a small jacuzzi.  We did mini-laps and took more pictures (of course).  We retired by midnight.  All I remember was that I slept through an episode of Pretty Little Liars.


The next day, everyone except me did laps in the pool again.  We checked out early to make it to our 12:45 pm flight to Manila.  Half of us had lunch in The Tinder Box in the airport.  Flight was uneventful and frankly, we’re not ready yet to be back in rainy Manila again.

For days two and three, expenses were the following per person: P500 (OceanJet ferry fare), P30 (share in van rental), P200 (Cebu International Airport terminal fee), P500-P1000 (pasalubong, food – this is relative, of course)

Overall, it was a fun trip.  Still less expensive than my previous dual-province travels even with surprise expenses.  Can’t wait to have the next one!


Categories: Friend Judie, Traveling Judie

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4 replies

  1. bohol is way better than cebu
    sorry na lang sa mga cebuanos dyan


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