Le Soleil de Boracay
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The hotel has a accommodating service. The location was also indeed great!
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Location: Where is Boracay?
The island of Boracay in the province of Aklan, eminent for its powdery white sand beach, is a small laidback island in the western part of Visayas (central islands) region of the country, just off the north-western tip of Panay.
Tourist Season: Favorable Climate to …
... this one was quite long. At one point we even considered sitting down in one of the restaurants offering buffet dinner and riding out the storm there. It turned out that even the cheapest place was too expensive for us (PHP 300 per person). Finally we ended up eating in the closest fast food and going home afterwards. It was a total fiasco!
Day 3: September 7, 2014
Although Gonzalo was extremely lazy in the morning and he didnīt want to do anything ...
... During the Amihan season, the water off White Beach is often glassy-smooth. On the eastern side of the island, hills on the northern and southern ends of the island channel the Amihan season wind from the east onshore, onto Bulabog Beach in the central part of the island's eastern side. This makes the reef-protected waters off that beach ideal for windsurfing and kiteboarding kitesurfing. Majority of tourist ethnicities are mostly European, Korean, ...
... and then we sit for a moment in the extremely hot terminal until a banca is ready. We head out to the dock and then climb down a narrow gangplank to the outrigger. New this year was a wider, more secure gangplank that actually had two railings. That was a nice change...for the first time I did not feel like I was about to fall in the water.
The Banca ride is about 15 minutes and on a nice day it is really beautiful ride with ...
... anything. Crystal Cove was a very interesting experience with the most amazing views, tunnels and hidden water caves. It also had plenty of odd and random man made sculptures and things everywhere. It was also partly a zoo with incredibly rare birds caged around. Someone with too much money has clearly bought the island. Johnny took a heap of photos for us as he and our boat crew showed us around the island.
After exploring ...