Friday, February 23, 2007

Conqueror of the Chocolate Hills

Chocolate Hills
And here I am, over at the Chocolate Hills in Carmen.

The last time I was here was over five years ago. Things haven't really changed much since then.

7 comments:

  1. is that a good thing or a bad thing? :)

    i'm going to bohol for the holy week. aside from the requisite panglao, loboc river, chocolate hills, anything else off the beaten you think i shouldn't miss?

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  2. Rina... that ought to be a good thing.

    Unless... it was bad before, then it's not a good thing.

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  3. More like halfway in between. It means that they haven't deteriorated; but it also means that they haven't improved. :-(

    As to things off the beaten path: there were plenty of old churches along the way, including a buttressed church, that I would have wanted to see. Then there was also the dam further northeast. Maybe next time, but on a mountain bike :-)

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  4. wow. miss going back there. (i wonder if my relatives still recognize me though)
    you should have visited the chocolate hills in sagbayan, the town's got a different view of the hills with the sea as a backdrop, and a butterfly garden to boot!

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  5. Here's how to make delicious chocolate covered strawberries. First of all ensure that the strawberries you are intending to use are dry, then allow them to be room temperature warm prior to making them. After the strawberries have been covered in chocolate, put them in your refrigerator to cool, but do not store them in the fridge. Consume within 1-2 days.

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  6. Here's how to make delicious chocolate covered strawberries. First of all ensure that the strawberries you are intending to use are dry, then allow them to be room temperature warm prior to making them. After the strawberries have been covered in chocolate, put them in your refrigerator to cool, but do not store them in the fridge. Consume within 1-2 days.

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