Alta Vista de Boracay
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlta Vista de Boracay
We loved our time at the Alta Vista - great room - fantastic view, lovely pool and free shuttles down to d'Mall made enjoying white beach and the restaurants and bars very easy. good quality and with an internet booking discount via expedia fantatastic value compared to what you would pay to be on or near WhiteBeach.
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... 8216;respectable’, cheap and western size and finally when id given up I find an outfit combination for $10 (skirt, top and shoes). I'll pass it onto someone else before I leave the country.
It’s pouring with rain and I head back out in the dark and pouring rain dodging puddles that take over the paths only to find the k hall is locked up and completely in the black. Sigh….. both the signs out the front of the hall and on the internet say the day ...
... and windsurfing. My Filipino nurses in Miami recommended the place and they were right. It's a whole different feel than El Nido. But its very developed and crowded. Sunsets were just amazing.
So it's back to Manila for a few days then on to Cambodia again and Burma. I plan to stay on a farm in Cambodia for awhile with a family I met on a previous ...
... even at 8.30am it is so hot, by midday we had both retreated to the shade. It wasn't until later that we realised we had both been badly burnt. It is not surprising as we find out the temperature reached 36 degrees! All I can say is I am English and can't stand the heat, although I was surprised to burn that badly. I don't think my malaria tablets help, as a side effect is sensitivity to the sun. At least the pain of sun burn took away from the itch of the 40 insect bites covering ...
... came by, took us (I swear it's true) two blocks to the ferry dock, where there must have been five thousand Asian tourists standing around ready to stuff themselves onto the overloaded boats bound for Boracay. We got in line, but a security guard stopped us to ask if we had this license and that license, which of course we didn't. He directed us to a couple of different windows on the other side of the port, one to obtain, at great cost, an ...
... as each contained both meat and fish and most sported a pig’s head. All the head is eaten in the Philippines, including the ears and nose, which are often cut up into tiny squares and fried in a meaty sauce. Their most popular meat, these dishes are highly prized. I quickly moved on to visit some woodcarving shops, to see some of the Ifugao’s prized work, before returning to my guesthouse for coffee with Santoso (my Indonesian ...