Ambassador in Paradise Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Ambassador in Paradise Resort Boracay
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... he could get us a room for our budget of £10. So off we went and we followed him to 3 hotels in a row, when he asked if they had rooms, they said yes. They'd show us said rooms and quote double our budget. Clearly we'd be better on our own as the tout didn't have a clue. Stomachs rumbling we left our guide behind, to which he protested briefly, and ordered lunch at the first place we came across with wifi. At £4 a head it wasn't cheap but it was the best Italian Pizza and ...
... nights sadly the time came to move on - for Jodz and I to start our adventure in Asia, but for Jac to go home. Jac... great effort on coming to meet up with us. It was great to see you and we had lots of fun holidaying with you! We all decided that this was one of the best beach locations we had ever spent time at, and would definitely return again in the future... and maybe even the Shangri La (yeah right!). Time for another exhausting commute... Hanoi here we come!
... back to the main road and took a tricycle back to the hotel where we cleaned up and once again were off to the Dive Bar for Happiest Hour. Dinner that night was at the Victory Dive bar too. They have a nice beach buffet, at $5 bucks a head for all you can eat. The family quite liked it and since we were feeding a number the price was right....and eating outdoors right on the White Beach is always fun. Next day we were up and off ...
... Happy Hour and had a few drinks. On the way back we stopped at the Regency Bar and watched some live bands on the beach and then back to the hotel to bed
Day two started off cloudy and evolved into rain. We had breakfast at La Casa Pilar on the beach, and while under a roof, it leaked a bit and we had to situate ourselves do we didn't get wet.
After breakfast we decided to stroll the beach again, this time to the end to see Willy's Rock. ...
... and 20 pigs, which has reduced the number of immobile cave dwellers in recent years. We walked down to the area and found a neighbouring small cave with a coffin sat on a ledge that had been burned out. Lots of bones lay on the floor nearby and I looked to see if the skull was still inside, but I wasn't tall enough to see and there was nowhere to climb up to find out!! San was much taller than I and I turned to see if he could lift me up, but ...