Boracay Beach Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... sup> day i walked up to Puka Beach on the north end of the island. It took ages (about 1˝hrs) as you can’t just walk along the beach to get there but have to cut inland to the main road and then follow it to get there. The beach itself isn’t as long as White Beach and was pretty much deserted probably due to the fact that it was incredibly windy so much so that there were proper crashing waves coming ashore. Managed to hop on a shared tricycle ...
... 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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... to the pier. Got talking to a couple from the States, Goda & Brendan, having a quick break from teaching English in China, who are also on our cruise, and after realising that another 30 or more mixed tourists were about to be squeezed onto our Banka, which after close inspection had a sign saying 'maximum capacity 25'. It was gonna be a tight squeeze!!!!!!!! So not so comfy, we set sail, stopped about 15 mins later ...
... in the cemetery as we went by, desperately trying to avoid the firecrackers that some kiddies were throwing in our direction. Everywhere was becoming even more frenetic than usual as night drew ever closer. After all, it was sunset on the 31st December - an event that, we were to find out, no-one celebrates in quite the same way as the Philippines! As we walked back towards the LRT, the air was really buzzing with excitement, as it ...