One Crescent Place
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... which turned out to be impossible and had to buy flight tickets from Phoenix to Cancun (USD 165 per person!).
Even though the weather could have been much better we enjoyed our stay in Boracay. Honestly White Beach belongs to one of the best beaches we have seen during our trip. However, itīs also place with a higher concentration of lady-boys and where you can meet a lot of older Europeans, Americans or Australians with young Filipino girls (we saw one that was ...
... of Moon. A bit pricy so the family was a bit price shy, but the food was good and the coke was cold.
Our last day was to be filled. Breakfast at the Lemon Cafe in the D'Mall outdoor shopping area. A bit more high scale, but with North American style dishes as well as filipino, it is really good. I had a ham and cheese omlette, coffee and Dalandan juice (which is kind of like a tart, green tangerine)
After breakfast ...
I woke up at 9 raring to start the day. I was out the house at the speed of light and power walking all the way to white beach to get to Milky's dive centre for 10. The morning heat was just about bearable but still by the time I arrived I had a severe case of SULA going on. The cold water they handed me whilst I filled out the paper work was a god send. I cooled down in time to be introduced to my dive buddy, Elina, a really nice Swiss lady who now lives in Hong Kong. She was ...
... in Boracay while we are especially at the top part of Shangri-La. I don't know why but it has an impact, the breath taking golden sunset that reflects to the wine glass. I think it's perfect. In addition, to ride a yacht is something that you will never forget but doing this with your little sister and close friends will always be the best. ...
... them. I decided that's would try to hand feed them, can't say I have done that before in the wild. Amazingly, after keeping my hand steady for a minute or so, the first brave one came for a peck and then bit by bit they all came in for a nibble each. It was quite cool. It reminded me of the zebra going into they water in the Serengeti, it takes one brave to start the process and they all follow until one gets spooked and they all scatter and the process starts again. Once ...