Milflores de Boracay
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... hail the next tricycle. I ask hike to take me to Boat Station 3. He is a little bewildered, I think. It's not the destination that has confused him, it's the stupid tourist he picks up climbing up a hill......and looking for the beach.
He drives on, retracing my steps past the roundabout (seriously, no way that was on the map). The more ground we cover going back the way I just came, the more ****** off I'm getting. The driver gives me a good long look a couple of times, ...
... that anything can be transported by scooter, I've even seen a cow in a tuk tuk. As long as Captain Health and Safety doesn't get involved and you accept that there might be a few casualties along the way, nothing is too challenging for the South East Asians.
Everything you do, everywhere you go in the Philippines, you will be accompanied by a soundtrack of 90s love songs, Bon Jovi and Taylor Swift booming out of huge speakers. There is a fiesta ...
... 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 ...
... the road, our driver looks as though he's not one day older than 14, grab some money, (i poo) , and ten minutes later i am a lot lighter, stood back at the bar.
Same again please barman!!
About midnight the drummers get a massive applaud and the show is over, Christos heads home, so we head in the opposite direction, back home for us too.
Walking not so straight down the beach we take some posing pics with probably the smallest palm tree on ...
... for dinner, and decided on Hama Japanese Cuisine where Andoy and I had eaten a few days prior. I was happy with my dish, a Katsu Don, but Allan didn't enjoy his teriaki. The rest of the family seemed a bit baffled by the Japanese bento boxes, but they did enjoy the tempura shrimp. Chopsticks were tried and in most cases traded for a fork.
We were tired, so headed back and slept.
Next day up and ...