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... high peak season: Christmas and New Year).
Gonzalo and I started walking along the sandy promenade at the edge of the White Beach and we immediately found ourselves in the center of all businesses focused on tourists. Food chains of all kinds, bars, souvenir stalls, shops offering sports gear or anything you could possibly need on the beach, henna tattoos, hair braiding, massages, water activities etc. At first we were excited about the dynamic vibe the place had as ...
... on earth, it has tropical paradise island down to a T. The bluest of blue silently still coral waters followed by creamy white soft sand and rich green palm trees with great big coconuts hanging down waiting to fall. The water is right at your feet any time of the day with such a small tide. There is only a few small restaurants and then the rest of the buildings are private properties or apartments all designed in the typical bamboo beach style. Anyway enough describing, ...
... at my snazzy new walking shoes.
I walked past lots of 'locals' houses. They were fascinating. I wish I could have spent more time just watching all the people busying themselves about the little shack houses, gardens and snack shops. I wondered to myself what they all do, what their daily schedules entail, how they live, how they get by, their relationships, their families, how they all relate to each other - I was interested in the intricacies ...
After our night in Manila we took a very quick flight to Caticlan. Very small plane but really smooth flight and our view was somewhat interesting if you look at the photo. We felt like we were cabin crew.
Amazing luck as we left the airport. We got onto a trike and then rode off as an airport security guard yelled at me and chased the trike. I looked back and realised he was holding MY TRAVEL WALLET WITH PASSPORT AND TICKETS IN ...
Today we headed off to Boracay Island. Our transfer arrived so we can now recommend manilastay.com officially. He even came early because there was traffic. First up was domestic flights with PAL Express to Caticlan. We got return flights for approx. $168 each. The flight was good but the landing was a bit rough...I think we have booked during typhoon season :( We used myboracayguide.com for our transfer from Caticlan to our hotel. It was $27.50 return each door to door. The guide ...