Ambassador in Paradise Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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Okay so maybe we were showing off a little too much in the last blog with our free spirit, care free, drop of the hat existence. Well as they say, 'pride comes before a fall'. Boracay didn't really prove all its cracked up to be. After paying for ferry ticket, terminal fee and environmental fee at three separate kiosks (why not one fee?). We boarded the ferry for the short ferry across to Boracay island. Crystal clear water fringed by pure sand beaches and palms greeted ...
... local sweet sausage (called lonsilog... i think!) As for lunch... bring on the seafood markets! Plenty on offer as you work your way through different stalls all vying for your business. King prawns, crab, lobster, fish, squid... everything! And if choosing something was easy, the hardest part is deciding how you want it cooked afterwards! Although we're still tourists and paying the tourist 'white-skin' price, it's still a lot cheaper than home, and the size and quality ...
... if I have enough time. My plans now is to head to the Visayas (the group of Islands around the centre of the Philippines) I don't have a plan I'm just gonna pick a place and then just get round via ferry to wherever I can.
Hope your all still enjoying the blogs, keep the comments coming. Hope its not too cold for you
all back home.
Goodbye for now Chris.
sorry this blog is soo late I had trouble getting connection to upload it.
... commissioned a tricycle to bring us to the hotel and off we went.
They dropped us as close to the beach as they could, and we walked the rest of the way to Isla Bonita with our luggage. When there they recognized us from last May and showed us to our room, a bit smaller but still clean and servicable.
We got situated and took off for a long walk down the beach. We got all the way to Starbucks, one of the only US chains on the island, and ...
... 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!