Posted by: smallonely | March 3, 2009

[Philippine] The Chocolate Hills (巧克力山)

The name “Chocolate Hills” is very cute and charming and make me eager to see it.
It seems to be an “unnatural” geological formation. Most people who first see it can hardly believe that it is not man-made. Actually, it is a candidate of the new 7 wonders of nature.

It is composed of no less than 1268 cone-shaped hills of about the same size. All the hills are covered with green grass. At dry season, they turn chocolate brown and deserve their name. They look like endless rows of hershey’s kisses😀

Image courtesy of Boholfundivers.com

But I think it looks like women’s breasts more😛 (色!)

附帶一提的是,因為巧克力山有點遠,(1 hour driving)
並且太陽快下山了…
司機先生基本上是飆車去的…
實在太猛了… 在所有刁鑽的角度穿來穿去,
以很快的速度穿過車陣,離兩邊都只有十公分距離…
在一連串的驚呼聲之後,我開始覺得司機的開車技術是我們的重點娛樂項目 :p

在鄉間小路,司機一樣開得很快。
坐在前座的我看到三隻雞在過馬路,
我忍不住大喊:「雞!過馬路、過馬路、過馬路」
司機先生顯然沒有要減速的意思
一隻、兩隻,眼看一定會撞上第三隻雞
當左前輪快要撞上的那個時候…
第三隻雞居然快速的倒退!!!!!!!!!!

天啊,果然是…奇雞….


Responses

  1. How funny and ironic it is that I am a Filipino, yet have not been to Boracay nor Bohol..🙂 – a schoolmate at NCTU

  2. 哈哈哈~真好笑!
    結論很讚喔~
    奇雞! 奇蹟~~~

  3. to amalea,
    好久不見妳 :D~~~~~
    很想念你喔!!

    to Ericson,
    Go to visit Bohol when you come back to Philippine next time:) I love islands in philippine!!!!!

  4. 這幾天參展辛苦妳啦~
    能參加活動的都應該是箇中好手吧!
    有看到帥哥要分享一下 哈!

  5. […] balls and fish for lunch at Balicasag Island. Actually, I thought the rice balls are much like the Chocolate Hills. It is said that a foreign tourist saw the place and called them chocolate hills since they looked […]


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