Our last day in Bohol was just about going back to Manila. Our flight was at9:45AM so there wasn’t room for any activity before we leave. Kuya JC picked us up from the resort, dropped by Kuya Johnny’s house, then to the airport. We were really happy with their service. Kuya Johnny even checked if we arrived safely in Manila.
Anyway, I just want to mention that when it comes to food, there weren’t really much choices in Dumaluan. The restaurant of Dumaluan2 itself was kind of pricey. Their buffet we’re good enough to fill your tummies. I’m, satisfied with their breakfast buffet. We’ve been eating at DBR Grill since their food is cheaper compared with the resto. Their cooking is good but the quantity is kind of small. If it wasn’t for our friend, Rai, who was a Boholana and was also visiting there, we wouldn’t have tasted seafood. She, along with her driver, brought us to the city for dinner on our last night in Bohol and ate at Crab House.
Summary of Activities:
Day 1: Arrival; Stayed at Dumaluan2 Beach Resort
Day 2: Countryside and Panglao Tour
Day 3: Dolphin Watching and Island Hopping
Day 4: Back to Manila
Summary of Expenses (per person):
Packaged Tour (rooms and tours): Php5250
Small Boat: Php200
*Does not include food, tips, and pasalubongs. Food may be estimated at around Php100-150/person/meal. Good thing we had free breakfasts.
Before I forget, here’s Kuya Johnny’s contact numbers: 09177031664, 09999906216, 09228213055
You may also email him at email@example.com.
Here’s one of the last pics we took early in the morning before heading back to Manila:
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OUTSTANDING SHOTS. The two tours you mentioned here are the ones we went to as well. Love Balicasag And Virgin Island in Panglao. And the countryside tour has plenty of stops.