Hotel Isla Boracay-South
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... 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 ...
... up over the island, is situated in Ststion 1. There are three sections of the island and this section is relatively quiet far from the madding crowd as it were. The white sandy beach is pure and delicate and the the beach has warm ocean water that envelopes one from the outset.
Further along within walking distance is Station 2. Far enough away that you don't notice the noise but a steady 20 minute walk where one is suddenly greeted by ...
... about a grumpy crew....but once we got there and ordered a whole bunch of cold shakes and crepes everyone seemed happy. It was much cooler when we left but we decided to take a tricycle back to the hotel where we relaxed again for a bit.
After a bit of a relax it was time to head to my favorite Happy Hour bar, The Victory Diver's Bar. We first stopped here in 2007 because they were playing American Woman as we walked by. Two years ...
... we wear the life jackets. About 95% of tourists on Boracay are Korean & Chinese and most cannot swim so therefore our crew were surprised when we both jumped in the water and swam around while exploring the sea life. All the other tourists in the area wore bright orange life jackets. We later explained to the crew that Australians learn how to swim at a young age.
When we had enough the boat then took us to another place ...
... a reasonable price." The one positive thing about all the tourists is that it forces the food to a higher standard. We pigged out in Boracay because the food was the best that we'd encountered so far. Unfortunately, the weather was bad most of the time we were there. We haven't seen the sun too much on this trip. On New Years there was an amazing fireworks display - they were lit from three different spots on the beach and went for 45 minutes. It poured ...