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Stopover: Public Market and Fishport of Guindulman, Bohol
One of Tutubi's tip for other travelers and bloggers looking for something new is to always visit local markets to ask around and search for unknown delicacies, specialties and other "what have you" of locals that have not been known to outisders.
Though this small town of guildulman may have been made (almost) famous for Guindulman grave sites where ancient burial practices put the dead in boats, kept on the walls of caves near the marine sanctuary.
Tutubi, though, wasn't able to see the ancient burial site of Guindulman, he only visited the public market to buy some stuff: charcoal, freshly-caught fishes, pork, tuba (for sinuglao), bottled water et al
the public market of Guindulman, Bohol
the municipal fishport of Guindulman
Guindulman is Tutubi's last stop before going ahead on his real destination: the mystical island of Lamanoc Point