Fairways & Bluewater
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The Chronicles of Boracay Island: Island History
Buracay is Boracay
It is an island truly beautiful, sometimes sinful, always controversial. This makes it intriguing and causes people to return again and again, if they cannot linger for a lifetime. Its rich History dates back in the early 17th-8th Century.
Boracay is more …
Efter en rigtig hyggelig tur med alle kollegaerne til Bluemoon party ved stranden fredag, stod dagen i går på tømmermænds plejen. Dette bestod af frokost/morgenmad ude, slikken sol på stranden, middagslur og en times full body massage efter aftensmaden. Findes der bedre måde at glemme tømmermændene på?
Nu er det jo ved at være længe siden jeg sidst har skrevet, og der er sket en del her på den lille ø siden sidst. Mandag var vi ude og besøge wildlife expo som er en meget ...
... a small hole appears. On this beach, old women sit and sift through piles of sand all day long in order to keep up with worldwide demand, or whatever market share the Philippines have garnered.
We walked down to the end of the beach and found a stand of huge lava rocks we could climb around and under, and get our own little beach. As darkness rolled in we headed back home.
That's about it. Boracay is one beach I can safely say I will never return ...
... 8211; My December) LOL! It was one of my wish list that I had planned early this year to have a good vacation on my silver jubilee day. Hahahahah! I missed to celebrate it for the past two years when I said to my friends that I wanted to celebrate it outside the country. *Demanding* so this year is a good year since it ...
... we were in hotel heaven for 4 nights! Made a nice change to be at the opposite end of the island away from the hubbub of White beach, but with hourly shuttles down to D’Mall we could still hit the night life when we’d finished relaxing and living it up in the hotel. The hotel sat at the top end of the island, above tree covered hills, with sea views on two sides. Just up the road was the tiny village of Yapak, where we took nightly runs, up the hills and ...
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