The Peacock Garden, where we stayed, arranged all our activities in Bohol. They were so excited to show off their island. We were game to squeeze everything we could even though there was a storm.
The first thing we did was meet some bees!
Bohol Bee Farm is also a resort. You can book rooms, you can buy organic vegetables, you can eat at any of their four restaurants. We automatically gravitated to Lantaw Restaurant because it had this incredible view:
Lantaw's menu is interesting because they serve a lot of food that uses the organic plants from their garden. So expect to find entries like various kinds of flower salads, buko soup, cassava lumpia, squash bread, pineapple pancakes, malunggay iced tea, mango iced tea with real mangoes floating in it, spicy ginger ice cream, tomato ice cream, dalandan ice cream.
Oh, the halo-halo!!!
It's crazy because it was a fruity halo-halo. There's the homemade ube ice cream on top, sprinkled with cheese and drizzled with their very own Molave honey. Then you dig through layers of watermelon, mango, papaya, banana and buko, with creamy condesned milk and more of that Molave honey in between each fruity layer. Grabe, nakakaiyak sa sarap. As in I dream of this halo-halo every day! Every day!!!
I loved that Molave honey so much, I bought three bottles. It is the best honey I have ever tasted. Ever!!!
Sigh. I really need to go back to Bohol.
|Well, at least one kid didn't mind!|
Buti na lang my boys were well behaved. And buti na lang my Skechers GOWalk shoes did not fail me! My lungs and legs almost did, though. That was one high climb!
To know more about Bohol Bee Farm, click here.
To know more about the tarsiers, click here.
To know more about the Chocolate Hills, click here.
To know more about Bohol, click here.
To book a stay at The Peacock Garden which will happily arrange Bohol tours for its guests, click here.
More on our Bohol adventures soon!
* * * * * * *
Subscribe to my newsletter
Like me on Facebook
Follow me on Twitter
Follow me on Instagram