Why I Didn't See A Single Tarsier in Bohol - Part 1Monday, November 15, 2010
|Photo Credit: dibaer|
When Hutch asked me to join him on a trip to Bohol for a medical-dental mission, I answered: Count me in! He was part of the K.I.D.S. Foundation, a group of committed volunteers who share a common passion for the great outdoors and for helping Filipino children from all walks of like. Twice a year, K.I.D.S. Foundation holds 'A Trek to Remember' and brings medical missions, school supplies, books and rain gear to chosen remote highlands in the country. This October, the group chose the Eskaya tribe in Sierra Bullones, Bohol and the neighboring town of Dusita.
I answered without hesitation because I've always wanted to volunteer and give back to the community but never made a real effort to do so. In fact, travolunteering is #6 on the Sole Sisters' list. Now I had an opportunity to take one for the team and make it happen. Plus it allowed me to do something I was passionate about (traveling and volunteering) with someone I was passionate about.
I'll let the photos show you what the Travolunteering experience in Bohol was like:
|Photo Credit: Tin Mantuano|
The Joy of Volunteerism
|Photo Credit: Djoanna Tiambeng|
Read the rest of the adventure here.
Have you ever tried Travolunteering? What was your experience like? Share your story with the Sole Sisters!
Until the next trip,
Sole Sister Lois
This is Part 1 of a 4 part series about Travolunteering in Bohol. Part 2 is about the trek going up to Sierra Bullones for the medical mission with the Eskaya tribe. Follow the whole trail and share the experience with us.