Day 2, in Bohol, was a challenge for us. We had to wake up early to meet our call time at 5:30 a.m. We had a wake up call at around 4:45 a.m. The itinerary for the day was dolphin watching. The dolphins are seen in the vicinity of Pamilacan Island. Going to that island will take around 45 minutes.

It was an amazing experience riding through the seas together with the dolphins. I’ve seen The Cove, and I can’t imagine how people could do harsh things to these beautiful creatures. After dolphin watching, we stayed at Pamilacan Island. Since we were not able to eat breakfast, we munched on the packed food that Bohol Bee Farm had prepared for us. It was Bangusilog with organic brown rice.

There are numerous things you can do in Pamilacan Island – kayak, snorkel, or just laze around the beach. You can also arrange a boat that will bring you to another spot to look at underwater wildlife.

We stayed in Pamilacan Island until about lunch time, and then, we went back to Bohol Bee Farm to tour the resort. There are several livelihood activities there. You will get to understand bee culture, crafting and organic farming.

The last stop of our Bohol Bee Farm tour was enjoying cold ice cream at the The Buzz Ice Cream. The ice cream here is homemade. There were unusual flavors, such as malunggay and spicy ginger. During our 3-days stay, I probably consumed two dozen scoops of ice cream – AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS! It’s also very cheap. It only costs fifty pesos for two scoops of ice cream on cabcab cones (cassava).

The rest of the day we just spent at the resort.

I know that a lot of people would love to see the dolphins and would want to see actual organic farming and bee farms in Bohol. Our day two was truly a unique experience. Check out our third day activities to be posted tomorrow.

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