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Hera Greek Taverna

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September 11, 2017
Busiest place for tourist hang out especially at night
April 15, 2016
If you like to have drinks by the beach and be in bar, then this is the place for you. Bars are just lined up for your selections. Live bands and music all over the place. Disco is free with drink purchase. :) have fun!
March 9, 2016
White sandy beach full of vibrant locals and tourists.
January 20, 2016
Nice beach, good restaurants.
December 4, 2017
First Greek and Mediterrian Restaurant.

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“Butterflies, spiders, centipedes, caterpillars, birds, and flowers- come witness a dense collection of natural beauty at the Bohol Habitat Conservation Conservatory. Walk with a guide who will point out fauna indigenous to the island, persuade you to let bugs crawl on your arm, and take a few funny photos while you’re at it. Afterwards, stop by the restaurant and ice cream shop near the entrance to try some all-natural ice cream! As the tour doesn’t take much time- maybe 30 minutes- it’s a great idea to make this one of many stops that you do in the area.”
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“One upon a time, Argo – a young and strong giant – fell in love with Aloya. When Aloya had a fatal accident, the giant was heartbroken. He cried. Thousands of tears fell on the ground because the giant was extremely sad. With his tears he created the Chocolate Hills. There are many legends concerning the famous Chocolate Hills which can be found on Bohol Island. Scientists have found out that the hills have a natural origin. Thousands of years ago the whole region was under water and the hills were covered with corals and coralline algae. All in all there are 1268 hills. They are between thirty and fifty meters high and cover an area of fifty square kilometers. In the summer the grass, which can be found on the hills, turns brown. When it is dry, you get the impression that the hills are covered with chocolate. That is the reason why they are called “Chocolate Hills Since 1988 the Chocolate hills are Philippine’s third National Geological Monument. It was also submitted to be a UNESCO World Heritage, however the submission was not yet approved.”
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“Beautiful natural waterfall with a large swimming pool and fresh, cool water. Exhausting stairs!”
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Nature Preserve
“Home of the known smallest monkey in the world almost same as palm size and can rotate head at 180 degrees.”
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Andere tolle Restaurants mit Sitzmöglichkeiten im Freien
“This is a local natural cave with a naturally formed pool in it. The temperature is so cool that you can swim in it very cheaply.”
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