Milflores de Boracay
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... up shortly after them to get ready and have a couple of brandy's with them.
When I headed back to the lobby I got talking to a really nice girl from England called Ash. She had been working in China but didn't know if she wanted to go back there or carry on travelling. She literally had no plans.
Once again all the travellers headed to bamboo bar for the first drinks, we stayed here for a little while mixing with everyone else. Aline noticed there was a load of wine ...
... book that came with my first aid book and figured I was okay as nothing had blistered.
After a bad nights sleep (skin felt like it was on fire), it was time to get ready to head back to Makati. This meant putting on socks, pants and boots atop my sunburned skin. I am sure I was quite the sight as I tried to walk about appearing much like a 100 year old arthritic man.
... see some of the island, to experience the Philippines a little more closely, but we quickly surrender to the addictive relaxation, and just stay by the pool.
My 37th birthday is one of my happiest birthdays ever. We spend the morning together in the room and by the pool. Naomi makes a special picture for me with stickers of princesses and unicorns, and afterwards I enjoy a bamboo ...
... shower , and back on the beach to see what there is to do and see while we are here. But we both agree that we are gonna kick back a few days here!
If this place looks good in the day , then it looks even better at night. Loads of walkthrough paths with shops selling all different kinds of stuff, all types of restaurants, bars , clubs , live acts, something for everyone!
Quite easily we find a cheapy restaurant, mixed meat noodles, chicken , rice , 2 ...
Wednesday 28th December 2011 – Banaue rice terraces
I was fortunate enough to meet an Indonesian guy who said he didn't trek, so I was able to take it easy, spending a day gently strolling up to a viewpoint out of town to visit Banaue's incredible, lush green and chiselled rice terraces. They were truly amazing, as the terraces twist and turn with the intricate shapes of the hills. Being so much more twisty in shape, few took the form ...