Milflores de Boracay
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... the rain. It turns out then that we didn’t have it bad after all.
Our hotel was in the center of town along the only main road so we grabbed the hotel shuttle to there. It was a different world once outside the Shangri-La gates. It resembled your typical southeast Asian beach island with moped and tricycles zipping about, stores selling the usual tourist fare, with poverty and chaos just a street removed from view. It ...
So after cramping out in the tiniest room ever in Manila, we were glad to leave the city. Unfortunately, after a flight delay.
The next morning we headed straight to Boracay, where we stayed at one of the best and most fun hostels ever, Frendz Hostel. After flying with Cebu Pacific from Manila to Caticlan, we managed to catch the last ferry to Boracay, which many who were on our flight did not manage to as they had to wait for their checked-in bags. It was a long waay, after ...
... 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 ...
... Bargain deep and hard and you'll get a reasonable price in which those guys still make money. But to be generous, give a little tip to show appreciation, not mandatory, but a nice gesture goes a long way. After choosing our guy, we decided given the time constraints on our short vacation, we would just do parasailing and helmet diving. We got fair deal and tipped ...
... part of the skull of a 24,000 BC 'Tabon Man' being found here in the Philippines. It was on okay museum, but not in any way the 'splendid' place my guidebook believed it to be! Despite the continued fever spikes, bad head, awful cough and runny nose, I finally left Luzon in the afternoon, heading out on a (3-hour delayed!) flight to Palawan - an island paradise that seems to have it all. (Because my time is now so limited, I've decided ...