Surfside Boracay Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... us many instructions because she wanted us to act like if she wasnŽt around so it was usually Gonzalo who had to tell me: “Look at me! Kiss me! Smile!” :) Anyways it was quite fun and weŽll have a few romantic pictures reminding us of the wonderful island of Boracay.
Later we had lunch in the same place as the day before. While waiting for the food to be served it started to rain again. We were already experienced enough to know when the rain was about to ...
... pesky jellyfish to contend with but if you can suck this up you will be amazed. A great intermediate dive is Crocodile Island, we saw a fan that spanned 3-4 meters, sea snakes, moray's, nudibranches, a plethora of coral and a anenamis, a turtle, lion fish, cleaner shrimp and so many fish species I lost track. This was probably the healthiest reef I have seen in the Philippines and one of the healthiest in the world. ...
... husband decided to go outside the resort and find something to eat. We're targeting for an extra odrinary food. I don't know what happens. I was not with him and I took care of the children who's been playing on the sea shore until it dawn.
Well then, he narrate his story ...
... happy but we pack, move, and hit the beach.
While we are down there though we decide to have a look around some guesthouses, and find a nice place near where our yank friends were staying, so being close to the 'happy bar' we have become regulars at, 2 hours later, we have got our stuff and we are checked in.
We even got a tv and wifi!! Time to celebrate!!
Many drinks in not so much time later its game over. Back in the rookm Miss K is busy on the ...
... built by the Spanish (1571) on the remains of a previous Islamic settlement, this lovely area by the Pasig River had seen some action over time. Chinese pirates invaded it, Dutch forces threatened it and the British, American and Japanese had all held it at various times. Sadly, the devastating Battle of Manila in WWII finally destroyed it, with few buildings surviving the incredible battering that took place. The Spanish ...