Each cruise has a musician. He sings while everybody is dining and having fun. He also speaks English well so that the foreigners can understand.
Loboc Bohol is the home of the famous Loboc Children’s Choir. Upon arrival in this area where the children were waiting, they sang and performed a song for us. It was really fun! Some of the tourists even joined them.
And oh yes, I really like this photo. I look like I'm about to grab a gun from my pocket. Pretty badass. Haha!
We got our short visit (because there were tons of people and it's making the cave temperature rise) at Hinagdanan Cave. Each person has to pay Php 20 to be able to enter the cave. The cave is illuminated by natural light going through the holes from the top. Note that the surface of the cave is a bit slippery so it is advised that you wear durable footwear, always watch your steps and hold on to the railings provided. You can also see the majestic stalagmites above. The most beautiful thing you can found inside the cave is the underground lake. As per research, the temperature in the lake is about 25 °C. Nonetheless, an extra Php 100 is required for you to be able to experience the pleasure of swimming in this lake. The surface of the water seems to be blue to greenish because of limestones located at the bottom.