Alta Vista de Boracay
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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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... For one, they have a trash collection system and hundreds of "no dumping, fine applies" banners around the country. As a consequence, it is clean and no one throws anything anywhere (learn Indonesia!). People speak english and are generally much more educated than the rest of the continent (south east anyway). They are also less corrupt than other places and don't try to take too much advantage of you. They are helpful. The price is the price though and that is ...
... out in the ocean drinking beers, making sand plugs (Jackie’s invention), exchanging ‘dry’ sand and pouring water on each others heads (Colette’s fav). Don’t ask. Best day.
July 4, 2013
We signed up for a deep sea fishing, snorkeling, cliff jumping boat tour for today. It turned out to be a fun day, with a few twists. We bought a couple cases of beer for the boat and began our sea adventure. Our deep ...
... was a nice nice nice place to relaxed. Exploring Bantayan is Speechless.
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... harms way, but I know that people like us will not be there every time to help out, and what happens then is what is really sobering.
As I leave for Bangkok today, my view of Boracay is immensely changed from what it was initially. The Philippines isn’t the safest nation, and I knew that – but I never really expected to experience it so first hand. I have a completely new perspective after last night, and to be honest, I can’t wait to get out of ...
... aren’t willing to commit the same high man hours required to maintain this high-maintenance work. Preferring to work in the towns or cities, it’s leaving many of the rice terraces in the hands of ever-aging older families.
We learned more about the Ifuago people from this lovely guy, with him telling us all about rice farming (a really labour-intensive business, in the extreme!): the amount of hours for planting, weeding, keeping ...