Actor-model Markki Stroem marveled at the beauty of Bohol which he visited together with his family and friends. Incidentally, he also has an appeal to politicians campaigning near one of Bohol’s famed attractions.
Stroem was easily captivated by Bohol, as seen from his Instagram post yesterday, April 2, where he shared photos of tarsiers and Chocolate Hills, two prominent attractions of the place.
He first went to the Philippine Tarsiers Foundation conservation sanctuary and saw tarsiers, an endangered species.
“It is important to protect these endangered little ones, they are such fragile little things. Loud sounds could literally scare them to death. So please lang… for all the people campaigning… try to avoid naman playing your jingles loud near the conservation,” he pleaded.
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He and his company also went to see the famous Chocolate Hills, enjoying its majestic appearance from a viewing deck.
A visit to Bohol is not complete without dining at the famous Loboc River Floating Restaurant. Stroem and his company enjoyed the late lunch-slash-early dinner there.
While he thoroughly savored the dining experience, he was heartbroken to see the damage caused by typhoon Odette to the river.
“I was there back in 2012 and am praying for a full recovery,” he said. Stroem is just glad that Bohol is “thriving in its tourism endeavors.”
“Bohol is beautiful,” he stressed. “I wish everyone to experience the BEAUTY of Bohol.” JB