Anda, Bohol: The shoreline going south
Anda, Bohol: The shoreline going north
Anda, Bohol: Anda White Beach Resort
It's Good Friday and six years ago in 2005 My Bibe and I were walking around the sleepy town of Anda, Bohol, dripping wet from swimming. Last year we didn't do much exploring anymore. But after featuring the resort where we stayed, as well as the coastline, let me show you a glimpse of what the town is like.
The open field fronting the beach. In the background are the church and some stalls that dot the perimeter of the field.
The municipal hall, located near the shoreline.
I don't know what this monument represents. No clue as there were no inscriptions provided. Could be related to World War II.
What good is a city or town in the Philippines without its very own plaza! Of course Anda should have one, too.
Typical rural scenery.
But of course the lowly tricycle remains very much in business. In Anda, a tricycle can seat around six passengers. The driver, of course, is in front, flanked by two warm bodies on each side while four people are seated at the back, with two facing the other two as if in a jeepney but only smaller.
No fancy malls whatsoever. Like I said, everything is pretty basic.