Milflores de Boracay
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... to be a very skilled cook and prepared for us rice, tuna and vegetable salad. During the common dinner the guys told us that they were planning to stay in Boracay for 6 months. Kate mentioned she liked taking photos and she would like to become a professional photographer. In order to be able to start offering her services in Boracay she needed to create her own portfolio first. Hence, she asked us if she could take some photos of us. We happily agreed but everything depended ...
... be walking around Seoul (minus the beach and without skyscrappers). You are a foreigner in a foreign place but yet there is still McDonalds and KFC and Subway to appease those western cravings. If you're smart you stay at the south end of the beach away from DMall and away from the droves of tour groups. You find yourself a beach chair and take in one of best sunsets in the Philippines.
I was lucky enough to ...
... This is my goal, and I don't want to waste my time by just sleeping instead of exploring the Island.
Bantayan Island around 5 pm, low tide.
Sun kissed at the Veranda.
After tooking pictures, I already heard my stomachs roaring ...
... rice & mince, chicken, chopsuey, mango shake, (told you i was bored),
and the day sailed by, sent a few emails to tell loved ones we are still alive, and tonight is 'the seafood night'!!!!!
So a couple of hours ago we set out, Miss K chose the place, i chose the menu, which was 6 HUGE prawns, 1 squid, salad, rice , 2 cokes, for 1150 pesos ( 23 euros) Bargain!!!
And id was worth every single peso!!!
Quick stroll round the Mall, we finally booked ...
... with stalls of every kind (ie food, gifts, toys, drinks etc etc), while really colourful balloon sellers sold dolphins, dinosaurs and dollies to absolutely delighted kiddies, all dressed in their Sunday best. This was a real highlight, people watching, as friendly Filipinos are just a the nicest, affable folk.
A walk on to Intramuros followed, where the last vestiges of pre-war Manilan colonialism can be appreciated. A ...