Boracay Beach Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... find a room for 1500p in a place called Sander's White. After a few days we moved across the alley to a place called the Bonzai Hotel for 1100p a night. Sleeping was not easy as we were surrounded by rooms loaded with Philippine families - 4 to 8 to a room of all ages. The noise was endless and I must admit it probably bothered Monica more than me. One night we went to an ice cream kiosk and watched one of these Philippine families count ...
... 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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... visitors. The toilet facilities around the block maybe tatty but it is a stone throw away from the beach. Free wifi included. For this price, Tree house Resort/De Marion was a no brainer. Finally settled down at the beach for a very expensive 400 php pasta lunch at De Marion. It may be huge in its serving but admittedly rather pitiful and sloppy in its cooking. I even shared the table with my two filipino dorm mates, also ...
Manila to Boracay, Philippines. 29/09/2012 - 05/10/2012
After a bit of an epic fail at the airport we eventually made it to Manila. (Doug booked our flight on the wrong day but I'm to blame too for not checking!) So we got off the plane in Manila, to get a taxi, to get on a bus, to get on a tricycle and eventually made it to Tagaytay. It was a good way to see lots and so big D and I could cover ground quickly and catch up with the others who were 4 hours in front. We ...
... 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 ...