Surfside Boracay Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... as fast as possible. I was stuck hanging around in Mandalay for days because of this same issue (having to book your flight out before you arrive) and it was my least favourite place to have been 'stuck'.
After landing in Kalipo, we have to wait on the plane for half an hour because customs and immigration are overloaded with people. Once off the plane I find the line to get through immigration is actually zigzagging all the way onto the tarmac!!! (note - this is ...
... his fists ready to knockout any intruder. Thank goodness he didn't because it was just a drunk girl who had lost her way.
The rest of our time was spent on the beach and browsing the shops. Lloyd found some supposedly cool dude sunnies for £2. What a bargain.
Puka beach is at the north of the island and a perfect spot for watching the sunset. It was a good 15 minute tricycle ride there, through the local village. There were hardly ...
... I saw a sea snake so didn't go back in and was forbidden from telling Lucy as they had still a few more days there. Evenings consisted of us drinking a lot of ridiculously cheap rum (70 pence a litre), it was also very delicious and Craig has now become a rum drinker.
We met up with Lucy, Brad and Cass a few times and just before we left, we met up with their friend, also called Brad, and got extremely ...
... amazing, me and Charlotte have discussed numerous times what makes a beach nice and for most people this is epitomy. A 4km stretch of unspoilt white sand, coconut trees and incredible blue water. The local paper describes it as being the second best beach in the world. The crazy thing as well is that even though it is a busy place the beach itself is pretty quiet and it doesn't take much to find an empty spot.
Before finding an empty spot we went to ...
... jumping up at the rear of the Ifugao house to see us, while a tiny, tied puppy dog at the front was making far too many squealing/yelping noises to sound normal. He looked quite thin and we pointed this out to the owner. He said he’d check that he’d been fed.
There were some great hikes in the area of Banaue and they would have been great to take, as this scenery was just so beautiful and very unusual, but I had to be content ...