Boracay Beach Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... not have hot water, and mosquitoes were setting camp there. Despite that, it was still one of the best because of how the hostel managed to welcome the guests so warmly, almost all the guests hung out at the lounge every night exchanging conversation.On our last night, the entire guests went out after a dinner gathering at the hostel to the beach clubs. After getting too tired of being in a crowded space, 5 of us headed out and decided to take a night swim. Bad idea when it started ...
... mediocre. It rained most of the night so we had a nice dinner at a funky cool tree house with live music and headed home pretty early. June 29, 2013
Trip Advisor turned out to be not so trust worthy after all. After walking down the beach to look for a more ideal location for a large group to stay, we immediately realized that we had been ripped off. As we mentioned before, Dave’s Straw Hat Inn was extremely mediocre. We had chosen 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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... boat in the mist of the storm a few hundred metres away. Unfortunately we heard later on that one of the boats had capsized and that 3 Taiwanese had been killed including a 2 year girl - a bit of a shake up for all of us.
So on Friday morning we left Boracay in a truck, to get a boat, to get a mini bus, to get a plane, to get another plane, to get a taxi and eventually got back at 3 am.
Fraser told a ladyboy he was in the wrong queue for security checking at the ...
... we made our way around Rizal Park - a brilliant 60 hectare park with ornamental gardens, lawns, paved walkways and monuments. Dedicated to the Philippine national hero, Dr Jose Rizal (campaigner for personal & national freedom), it was the perfect place to be on New Year's Day. On a beautiful sunny day, just about everyone seemed to be there, with their families and picnics! Centrally located in Manila, people had arrived there in ...