Netizens share 'buwis buhay' photos from this man-made forest in Bohol

Sherry Tadeja
PUBLISHED July 18, 2018 10:58 am
Photos (left to right) from Michael Casas Olajay and Jaeme Catacutan/Facebook (DIY Travel Philippines)

(Inside Manila) Other than being hospitable, one can say Filipinos are very "tourist-y" in new places they visit or travel to. Why say so? Well, no one can deny the number of photos, selfies and social media posts uploaded before, during and after the trip. Apart from the souvenirs this, later on, serves as a memorabilia, a way to preserve an enjoyable memory.


One of these breathtaking places where Pinoys truly become 'tourist-y' is the man-made forest in Bilar, Bohol. A 2-km road surrounded by a mahogany forest is a sight to behold to anyone and a popular place to take Instagram-worthy selfies.





But in reality, it's always not the case and not a "first-try success" either as netizens in a public group on Facebook recently share their "buwis buhay" behind the scene photod at the forest.


The trend was started in a Facebook group called DIY Philippines where one member shared a candid photo of him and his partner getting out of the way.



Screenshot from DIY Travel Philippines/Facebook


 


"Love tayo muna may kotse HAHA," wrote Michael Casas Olajay in his post.


This opened the thread where other members of the group shared their own experiences in the man-made forest. Take a look!



Photo from Almera Shella Bagsarsa Cabogo/Facebook (DIY Travel Philippines)



Photo from Jaeme Catacutan/Facebook (DIY Travel Philippines)


Do you have other "buwis buhay" photos in other places in the country? Share it in the comments section below!

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