Le Soleil de Boracay
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Soleil de Boracay
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 …
... wasn't the beach we were hoping for, I mean it was lovely, but it was full of kite surfers, not for the average beach goer. We turned round and headed for white beach, around a 10 minute walk. We walked through d'mall, an area full of markets and restaurants, and arrive to a stunningly beautiful beach. Fine white sand and blue seas, paradise! We set up our towels and laze in the glorious sunshine. Time flew as we soaked in the sun. We found an ice cream stall that did amazing ice ...
... it strongly reminded me of a roller coaster ride. It was a 15 min. ferry ride to the island and then a shuttle to the far end of the beach and our hideaway, the Blue Dawn Hotel. We had to walk down a couple of dirt paths at the end, the road wasn’t wide enough for a vehicle, but the small hotel was clean and compact. Two big pluses were the soft beds and a great variety of TV stations – we don’t have TV this year. Since we had ...
... I must have looked a right show especially at times when I gave up and just decided to drag it from place to place. Getting it on the wobbly tiny boat in the dark was the most challenging part and definitely the most embarrassing. To get onto the boat you have to climb down a steep ladder that is precariously balanced on the decking and then squeeze through a doorway designed for midgets. Considering my bag sits higher than my head it made it literally impossible to ...
... their, seemingly from the outside, simple lives involve.
Continued walking. Reached a point where there were lots of quad bikes parked up. I thought to myself this must be quad bike headquarters where you pick up/drop off the quads (I'd read about it being at the foot of the mountain the night before). I braced myself to really start hiking the mountain. One of the 'leaders' shouted out to me 'Where are you going Miss?'. I felt irritated by ...