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... out more and more in my travels, well-meaning people don’t equate to accurate advice (one person will point you in one direction, the next person will send you in another direction – im constantly being redirected). I find another hotel and the owner gives me honest info about how difficult it is to get to the tourist spots on your own in this area. Given that, I decide it’s not really worth me hanging around in the city and jump on a bus to the ...
... good there in Iloilo City. There's also an SM and a Robinson's Place in Iloilo City. Iloilo City can be entered from Manila via the new airport located in the municipality of Cabatuan. There's also a delicious bibingka that's from the municipality of Balasan, but it's a 3-hour drive from Iloilo City. And there are good restaurants in Iloilo City, some are Breakthrough, Tatoy's, Deco's, etc. The main dialects of this city are Ilonggo and ...
... old boy? I asked my bro, cousin, sis-in-law, friends but with their own reasons they just couldn't go with us.
Hubby is working overseas. I thought if I go to Palawan I have to be with another adult. So, later ka na lang Palawan.
Next choice is Boracay. Gateway to Boracay is Caticlan and Kalibo - fare was a bit higher and I read in a travel blog that you can go through Iloilo ...
... the whole village and its dusty streets. On the way to the Puka Beach we went past DīTalipapa Market but didnīt feel like entering and blamed the sun shines that were burning our heads.
After one hour or so we finally found the Puka Beach. It was very quiet and there were almost no people on the beach besides a few local kids playing in the water and several drunken local guys. It was actually quite strange that three different groups of local people (mostly ...
... boat with us. He explained he would be our escort and tour guide for the whole day.
The boat took us halfway around the island to the other side, a very refreshing way to see Boracay with the wind in our hair and no other tourists to bother us.
The boat then approached a very tiny island called Crystal Cove and eventually anchored onto it. We got off the boat, and Johnny kindly held onto belongings so we didn't have ...