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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... nearby, but no padlocks. So, I settle down, plug in my earphones and read for a while.
I decide to wait for the lights to dim before I try and sleep. The ceiling is less than a metre above me and a fluro is in my eye line. At midnight I realise the dimming ain't gonna happen so I swap my music earphones for earplugs to try and shut out the noise from the TV (which is still on and loud) and people moving about and talking.
Later, I sleep for a couple of hours. I ...
... flights and getting a visa extension for.
We set off at 5am on Friday to get to a tiny island which I can't even find on the map and squeezed in three fantastic dives. We were both totally overwhelmed with the sheer number of fish on the wall dives. We even saw a black and white banded sea snake, more venomous than a cobra. I don't have my nitrox qualification yet so by the end of each three of four dive day, I was shattered. ...
... pass 6, stalls were already closed. Until he found a Grilled Chicken vendor before deciding to go back to the resort. The Chicken has no name/brand meaning that it was a home grilled chicken. The advantage is it was only 180 pesos for a whole chicken, he also ordered pork adobo for ...
... br> We were one of two couples on the boat, Matt & Carly ,Americans, on a weeks vacation from teaching in Taiwan, were on the other side of the nets , so after quick hellos, we headed out for our trip.
Seems that they got the dry side of the nets for the time being and they are finding it highly amusing, (we are too) that we are getting splashed every now and again as our side is getting lower and lower....... and the wind is picking up!!
... the beak, even rice wine and a chewed betel.
Meeting the children of Ephraim and his beautiful sister who has a store of fish in the country and then ascend the hill overlooking Banaue where I met three Italian from Bergamo and Portogruaro before dinner and then met with Lennar, the Dane who is sick as many others for too much air conditioning of whom Filipinos are obsessed.