Ocean Breeze Inn Boracay
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... are dwarves (I'm not sure how I feel about that in some unethical exploitation sort of a way). There was even one of those 'rides' that pings you up from massive bungee ropes. I explored various beauty salons in search of a cheap wax. I opted to ask two friendly ladies I got chatting to on White Beach strip, where I could buy a razor. I went to the shop they suggested, bought a few essential items and went back to the hotel. On my return I had a ...
... park on the mid-part of the sea in the afternoon, when they can park it right after the seashore?" the answer is that, during 5 pm until the next day the sea was low-tide and if they park it right after the shore, their boats might crash.
I also found out some swirled sand on ...
... also showed us around a typical Ifugao house, where he grew up as a small boy. Originally home to his parents, this thatched little home on stilts sports the skulls of many different animals caught by his family, including a crocodile! These large, spooky white heads & horns completely fill the four sides of this tiny home, which was now used by our friend’s grandchildren, more as a novelty place. A huge black pig was very keen to make ...
... actually happy to leave and pleased to be back in Bogo. It just wasn’t to my taste, each to their own. Whilst in Bantayan I spent approximately 25,000php (not including beer) in restaurants eating out most Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, this is what i think of them.
Cou Cou Bar and Resturant.
A restaurant which, in the evenings has a wonderful appearance far better than any other in the Santa Fe, high street. The menu is all encompassing, and ...
... of BBQ food, and some puso. Again i was looked at and watch with some interest by the locals, it was amusing how shy people where towards me, even when i was in a local eatery, som street kids came and just watched me eat, they didnt ask for money just watched me, i made a sign to them of offering some puso, they nodded eagerly, pinoy pride taking over the hunger of a young boy. I brought them some puso each and a hotdog, and the BBQ guy nodded to me respectfully, ...