Hotel Isla Boracay-South
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... was ok because with the heat I could not have eaten much anyways.
After that we called it a night.
Thursday AM we got up and headed straight out to breakfast, we had to check out by 11 am. We went back to Casa Pilar where along with breakfast I had a cool Watermelon Papaya Shake - wish I had one of those now as I was typing this.
Back to the room we packed up and checked out, receiving back our 2000 php ...
... up for a few seconds. Anyway I just manned up and did it, as always it was fine. I was pleased that we were using a rope for the descent as there was a current. As soon as we starting going down I could start to see glimpses of the beauty beneath the sea my nerves began to float away and that calm, relaxed, slow feeling of being underwater came over me. This is what I love about diving! The sea life was incredible, I saw so much I can't name it all. All five of us were ...
... d'Mall I assumed it was a mall as we would know a mall. It wasn't. It was a strip of shops and restaurants. An intricate little web of side streets filled with all sorts of shops selling all sorts of bits and bobs from clothes to local made jewellery to beauty salons and pharmacies. Restaurants offering all sorts of different cuisines from different countries, cafés, ice cream shops and shake shops; it was also home to 'The Hobbit Restaurant' where all the ...
... me doing this, she was hooked. We all know Webby loves her animals and she was a little annoyed when we ran out of bread but what can you do? The rest of the time was spent sailing around the island with Webby sunning herself and I was just taking int he island and dipping my feet in the beautiful water. At least it was something different from sitting on a beach! On arrival back to white beach it was mid afternoon and we were famished. We found this burger and burrito ...
... of P1,200 doesn't include transportation or shuttle going to the "Back Beach". Back Beach is the place where all water activities are being done. You can take a tricycle going to the Back Beach that costs P75 only. Once you reach the beach, you need to pay additional P100 (for the entire group) for the waiver thingy.
Once you're off to the island (I think it was Crocodile Island) and started snorkeling, another fee needed to pay which ...
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