Hi I felt to tell you that everything you are feeling will pass, as do the clouds in the sky. your thoughts are like clouds, but remember that you are the sky and not the clouds. I just wanted to tell you this, smile more and enjoy every day as if it were the last. you are light. You are marvel. I love you. Who are you? look around. What is the world? It's a miracle. live, you are alive, everything is in you. we are one
Sometimes those clouds are so dark and heavy that it's impossible to see the bright, blue sky. I so want to see that beautiful sky and I know that it's there somewhere. But those gray clouds is all I see. Sometimes it gets so difficult to breathe that it feels like it's better to die than to stay alive.
But one day, I'll smile like the world is mine, leaving all my worries behind. This hope keeps me alive and gives me the will to wake up everyday. And I thrive to find that one ray of hope that's worth living for.
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''𝐀 𝐰𝐨𝐧𝐝𝐞𝐫𝐟𝐮𝐥 𝐭𝐫𝐢𝐩 𝐚𝐜𝐫𝐨𝐬𝐬 𝐛𝐨𝐡𝐨𝐥''
I’d been to a lot of places, but I never expected Bohol to be one of the most beautiful places I’d ever seen. I understand that it is not as well-known as Siargao, Boracay, or Palawan. But, on the other hand, Bohol is a haven for fantastic diving places and incredible vistas that can quickly grab anyone’s heart. I consider myself fortunate to have witnessed such splendor, even if only for a brief moment. The Chocolate Hills of Bohol are a one-of-a-kind geographical landscape made of beautiful cone-shaped hills that seem practically identical. My family and I first visited Bohol in 2017 to see the Chocolate Hills. We went there to have a good adventure. Two hundred and fourteen stairs marked our ascent to a vantage point overlooking the world-famous Chocolate Hills.
I was also allowed to witness the famed Tarsier, called the smallest primate globally, much like the Chocolate Hills. In its gorgeous silence, I’d say a Tarsier is a vision to see. My brother informed me that they were primarily found in a few places in Southeast Asia, one of which was in Bohol, and I reflected on how fortunate I was to witness and admire them.
The Loboc River Cruise is another prominent place in Bohol. The admission fee and buffet, which made me doubt the luxury, were both 500 pesos per person. Surprisingly, the water was spotless; all the rumors were unjustifiable. The cuisine was a delight for our already ravenous stomachs and, without a doubt, for every taste bud. The boat continued as a Boholano in middle age relaxed us with OPM love songs. It was a pleasant journey. We received more than we paid for, I think.
The journey included a brief stop in a small town where children performed on a wooden stage outfitted with ukuleles, costumes, and a bamboo trunk for their Tinikling dance. They have a contribution box posted on the wall for travelers to leave cash or donations. The trip’s positive aspect is that it highlights the rich tradition of Filipino culture.
Bohol is an ideal destination for recreation, leisure, and exploration. Our vacation was brief, but Bohol will always remain one of my favorite places. There is still plenty to see and explore. I still have to see and visit the Loboc and Baclayon historical churches, among other locations. It was a brief farewell, though, since all I could think about on the way home was returning to Bohol as soon as possible.