Crown Regency Prince Resort Boracay
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... healthcare and hospitals on the other side!
I've started this blog to keep track of what I'll be doing during my time in Iloilo and to use for my portfolio when I get back to uni. Although i have no idea how to use it properly, I'll try and keep it updated so you can read about and follow what I've been doing, hopefully it works!
Malakat na ako!
... which I need to use as a gateway (Iloilo). The view along the way is truly enjoyable (mountains, coconut palms, coast, jungle) but eventually we are travelling in the dark again– a travellers worst nightmare, especially since I know nothing about the town Im arriving in and have to find budget accommodation in the dark. Darn…..
I watch the signs on buildings closely and for half an hour I am seeing signs with the city name on them and imagine ...
... sleeves; none of them was accompanied by an adult person. Gonzalo and I felt really sorry for those poor, probably abandoned kids so we decided to sort out some of our older clothes and give it to some kids living on the street while passing through Manila on the way back.
Once we reached the Tayuman LRT Station we bought our tickets (PHP 15 per person) and wanted to leave for Baclaran LRT Station, which is located relatively close to the airport, ...
... dived Boracay!
Surprisingly i really like it here. Where i’m staying is really chilled out and quiet with several cheap eateries (45 peso a meal) down the alleyways 10mins walk away and a couple of bakeries selling cakes for just 5 peso each up on the main road 15mins walk away. Instead of catching the Saturday ferry to Palawan i thus decided to stay until Monday and catch the 7pm ferry then instead. As the weather wasn’t great on my ...
... up lobsters the size of a small child and nightclubs that stay busy till sunrise.
During our first 2 days on the island we stayed in a hotel overlooking White Beach, the most popular beach on the island. Our time here can be most accurately described as lazy by day, party by night. On our way into town from the airport we met a British guy named Andrew (more on him in "And the Crazy" post). He was staying at a place ...