Boracay Beach Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... hurrying to get to work on time; however, some of them were still sleeping on the street. This was nothing new to us after spending such a long time in undeveloped countries, but this time we felt different because 90% of those sleepers were kids. It was heartbreaking to see all these Filipino children lying on the cold ground without using any old rags or at least a piece of boxboard; some of them had no pants and tried to cover their tiny bodies with a little bit longer ...
... D’Mall in the centre of the island for 30 peso instead of having to pay 100 peso for a private one. On my last day went back over to Bulabog Beach to watch the freestyle kite-boarding finals which involves pairs competing against each other by taking off out of the water and doing tricks in the air. It was pretty entertaining and the mens competition was won by a German or Russian i’m not sure which he was, and the girls competition by a ...
... s something like "coastguard" wat so ever. He revealed also that the Cebu officials decided to make it as a Club in the beach and actually they where starting to plan it already and after a year they will execute the plan.
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... got stung by a jellyfish, today was getting better and better!!! Oh and to make matters worse, Mr Olympus Waterproof camera has decided he doesn't want to work for us anymore, so no more underwater pics! Next stop, Crystal cave, relaxed on the beach, chatting to our new friends of there life in China, which seems quite cool but very different!! Next stop, food!! and..... it wasnt actually that bad, except the beer was warm, (a ...
... whole of the Philippines were hurrying and bustling to meet up with families for the big feast and party. We both said how we would have loved to experience it all on the street, but it really wasn’t at all wise. We’d been warned to be off the streets early, as dangerous firecrackers are lit everywhere on roads, with all the inevitable mishaps and limb loss!
Our jovial host at the backpackers replicated an evening ...