The second use of Bohol mats is for decorating walls, tables, and floors.
He knew vaguely that Alua was an island somewhere near Bohol.
This fruit, commonly called cabuyao by the Tagalogs in central Luzon, is without question the “copahan” of Bohol.
The embroidered mats of Bohol are decorated with split straws.
A most difficult undertaking was offered to the zeal and loyalty of the first Recollects who entered Bohol.
The mats of Bohol are bought by traders who exchange cloth and other goods for them.
One hundred and ten years have elapsed since the discalced Augustinians first entered Bohol.
The canci is found in cultivation in Bohol and is rather rare.
This bishopric includes the island of Bohol, which is in charge of the same fathers.
Calo-oy” is another fruit also found in Bohol considered by the inhabitants as distinct from the “copahan” and “amongpong.