Two Seasons Boracay Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... splash of a pouring rain came. Later we were about to go out to get something to eat when our neighbors invited us for dinner. We actually met them the day before shortly after we arrived. We bought a pineapple but it was way too big for two of us so we offered one third of it to our new neighbors, a young couple from Russia (Kate and Mike) and their friend Chingiz from Kazakhstan (currently living in Russia). It was very kind of them to share their dinner with us. ...
... a group of kids in a class. We watched and then asked what class they were in...acting class! We also walked by the "computer lab". Much of the building was damaged, but the spirits of these children was so warm. Seeing how happy they could be with such limited resources really puts things into perspective.
Throughout the trip we would drive through the villages and I kept feeling so lucky to be there at that moment. I felt like I was being ...
... shop or an American/European man looking for somewhere to bring their "girlfriend" for sun, sand, and a little .... At the southern end of White Beach you get a taste for what the Island was like maybe 15 years ago. Not too overcrowed (yet), power failures and a small reef off the shore that's ok for a beginner snorkeller. As you make your way along the beach north the crowds get denser to the point when you feel ...
... 3 1/2 quid, which has the taxi bus thing on. It's quite cool looking and I'm sure will feature in some future photo aweseness. Back to San Agustino, pay another 3 quid and go in the main church. It's pretty big and spangly and we're allowed to photo the **** out of it. See some things written in Spanish which I can now understand most of. The rest I will translate later. One of the statues is of "San Agustin of Hippo" who I imagine is the main dude....or someone that ...
... were made into those things that don't add value to a nation's economy and the Philippines is now one of the poorer of Asian nations.
The Philippines was under the rule of Spanish for more than 350 years from the time of Magellan to secession and purchase by the United States when it became an American possession. So, the saying is that the Philippines was in a Spanish convent for 350 years and then in Hollywood for the next 50. Hmmmm...
Corregidor tomorrow. ...