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Travel Blogs from Boracay
... one attached to a speed boat scithing through the turquoise water. It was crazy. So crazy. Instant realisation was that this is not a travellers destination, this is a holidaying destination. It was a bit of a let down in terms of what we are here for, the only thing that is Philippino here are some of the tourists from Manila, the workers and the Jollie Bee! If you are here for a two week holiday blowout it's great; lively, frantic and hot....so we decided to try and ...
... that local rum gives you a slight headache? Well it does!
Did i eat a dead cat on the way home last night??? It tastes like it !
Smelling a bit fresher we decide to put the welcome gift from the Sohotel to good use!!
Had another wander to Bulabog beach to see if Chris was around, who wasn't. Picked up our new extended visas, and spent the last day in Boracay enjoying the best beach we have ever been to.
Gonna miss this place....
... we cleaned up and once again were off to the Dive Bar for Happiest Hour. Dinner that night was at the Victory Dive bar too. They have a nice beach buffet, at $5 bucks a head for all you can eat. The family quite liked it and since we were feeding a number the price was right....and eating outdoors right on the White Beach is always fun.
Next day we were up and off again, shopping and checking out the souvenier ...
... though. What a flight. The couple next to me were tediously annoying. Or was I just tediously annoyed about life in general? I couldn't sleep, the delay at Vegas airport had made me nervous, I couldn't settle at all.
When we finally touched down in storm-ridden Miami I headed striaght to the rebooking station, behind twenty people who all had long, tedious and annoying issues that needed to be sorted out by short-tempered slow American Airlines staff. The ...
... Club). The beach is wide, flat and generally smooth soft white sand, apart from the signature sand castles and sculptures lurking in the dim light.
Walking south, we come to where the barefoot boulevard starts, separated from the beach proper by a screen of palm trees and the ugly but practical giant frames of clear plastic, mesh netting or brattice which protect the diners and strollers from the wind and rain. The boulevard is crowded enough to ...
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