Surfside Boracay Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to catch up on emails, do some work, take care of the obligatory chore: laundry, and stroll along the beach. It was pretty windy so there wasn’t much beachfront relaxation. Overall I wasn’t that turned on by Boracay. Yeah, the sand was pretty and it surely had some picturesque views, but with all the wind and bustle of the main beach strip where folks touted their restaurants or massages or fake tattoos, it was a bit over the top. ...
... not have hot water, and mosquitoes were setting camp there. Despite that, it was still one of the best because of how the hostel managed to welcome the guests so warmly, almost all the guests hung out at the lounge every night exchanging conversation.On our last night, the entire guests went out after a dinner gathering at the hostel to the beach clubs. After getting too tired of being in a crowded space, 5 of us headed out and decided to take a night swim. Bad idea when it started ...
... 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 ...
... both these activities took up half our day and by the time we got back on shore, it was late afternoon.
We loved the little bite-sized snacks from Master Siomai. Four pieces of siomai (you can choose between Chinese or Japanese kind) with chili sauce, soy sauce, and calamansi squeezed over these nugget-sized goodies. And for 35 pesos per order! Awesome treat.
... me a big hug for my final success!
Wednesday 4th January 2012 – Manila museum > Palawan island
I spent the following morning at the National Museum of the Filipino People, where they featured displays on recovered items from the wreck of the Spanish galleon San Diego (sank in 1600), excellent displays on the various indigenous tribes (including the infamous head hunting Ifuago) and, many other ...