Bolabog Apartell at the English Bakery Main

Address: English Bakery Main, Boracay, Visayas, 5608, Philippines | Condo
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      A travel blog entry by luciecox on Jul 22, 2014

      70 photos

      ... I can't imagine how busy this place must get in the dry season though.

      These are our last moments in this country. We are flying tomorrow first back to Manila with a domestic flight, followed by a late flight to Singapore, where we will spend the night and then another flight to reach Yangon.

      I will remember many aspects of the philippino culture: people are lovely, educated, speak english, helpful, smiling, generous and honest. Tiny people with a bit heart.

      White Beaches and White friends

      A travel blog entry by pam_steve on Jun 28, 2013

      37 photos

      ... also saw a group of kids that had been begging for money sitting eating ice cream later in the evening. At this point we realized that maybe most of these kids do not actually need the spare change. Oh well, they probably still need it more than we do. We stopped for a quick tower of beer at a restaurant on the beach with live entertainment. It may not have been so quick if the entertainment was not torture to the ears. Haha It was something like bad ...


      A travel blog entry by shirak on Oct 29, 2012

      9 photos

      ... of thinking to myself what a magical day it’s been, Phil surprises me with a private dinner arranged specially in a beautiful gazebo overlooking the sea. The food is excellent, the moon is shimmering on the water, and the waves are crashing on the rocks below us. I feel so lucky and content.

      Phil’s Version:

      Thank you for going for it Shira! In return, you do deserve a little ...


      A travel blog entry by daniellejohnson on Jul 01, 2012

      ... needing to put on shoes to go anywhere! We stopped at a Thai restaurant for a small meal, then to L bar for 2 for 1 happy hour and shisha (and soap bubbles haha). For dinner we went to the Indian restaurant and had a pretty good meal, and an expensive one at that. Then back to L bar to finish the night off. The next day half of our new group members arrived - all coming from a Thailand trip so we spent the day hanging out, eating food, wandering around. It rained ...

      Tiers, terraces and tinsel

      A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Dec 30, 2011

      ... walls weed-free (to avoid rats) and harvesting. He explained about the hudud: the amazing oral chanting sung in the fields to alleviate boredom. Originally believed to have started in the 15th century or even back to when the terraces were created, these epic chants tell of the traditions, history and detailed lives of their forefathers, with a complete hudud consisting of more than 200 chants that can take over four days to chant!