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The white sand of Boracay's White Beach goes on for 4kms. It's THE White Beach of all the white beaches in the Philippines. And it comes with the customary palm trees and turquoise water. It is definitely too beautiful for us to do justice with a description. These days, the beach is lined with restaurants, resorts and bars. But you can imagine how magical it must have been about 25 years ago, before ...
... up with them for a mango smoothie at their hotel.
Apart from walking up and down the beach every day we didn't really do any sightseeing and we took advantage of the sun, sea and sand and spent nearly every day sunbathing. Our only complaint was that there was a lot of green algae in the water, that myself and Lucy struggled with more than the boys in all honestly. I took to hopping over it and on our last ...
... a variety show with some of the solo performers, then, after dinner, we had a look at the Broadway Nights presentation by the regular cast at Reflections.
Cruise Day 13 Thursday 19th April at sea
There is a brunch buffet in the main restaurant at 10am, which Dianne hangs around for, but Murray settled for a big breakfast up on Deck 10. Have a lazy day, catching up on diary, and wandering around the ship taking photos, and wait for ...
... the beachfront places are obsessed with live music and not just acoustic couples there's full hair metal bands and pop groups doing Lady Gaga and ****. The best thing is as terrible as that sounds they are actually pretty ******* good, the standard of musicians and singers here is pretty damn high.
We finished the night towards the end of the busy area of the beach at what must be the fanciest and probably newest bar on the front, Epic bar... that was its name. ...
... photos. When we walked as far as we could up White Beach and around the rocks, we headed back inland along the road. I took photos of the housing and people. I loved the big banana leaf trees and the palm trees. The electrical wires were overgrown with creepers, as were the electrical boxes. I liked seeing the conveniences stands along the road displaying their fruits for sale.
It was surprising how small the island is. Only 1km in ...
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