Reef Retreat Resort
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... many travel guides and magazines as one of the top ten beaches in the world, was a thirty minute walk from where the pump boat drops you. Most visitors use the private tricycles, but they're generally holiday makers. The majority of which are foreign, but quite a few are wealthy Filipinos too. Amelia and I on the other hand like to save the pennies and get some exercise, so donned our backpacks and hiked there. Arriving sweaty and out of breath is possibly not the conventional ...
... dancing to some local DJ. The organizers had decorated the beach with pretty blue LED lights. Right near the stage was a smoke machine and a strobe light it looked incredible. The music was so loud i swear my sister could hear it back home! Ladies came round with little flower necklaces to wear and free drinks, after the other night i wasn't going anywhere near alcohol. I left at about 1 am and tried to sleep but ended up tossing and turning from the massive BOOM BOOM of the music. ...
... cough again, anyway she seemed to feel a lot better. So we went for breakfast at the Sun Villa and than went for a walk as the weather wasn't that fantastic. We had a big shake at Joeys and walked back till we got stopped by a girl in front of a new beautiful hotel. She give us an invitation to come and have a free dinner and drink at sunset. We knew that of course there was the usual catch of buying something or time sharing but we thought let's go for it we get at least a free ...
1 night in Manila then found a bus to Batangas where we were catching an overnight ferry to Boracay via Caticlan. The bus was the easy bit as you are told to arrive 4 hours before sailing to facilitate checkin ! Check in consisted of sitting in a terminal with thousands of people sailing on many different ferries, you pay terminal tax, environment tax, departure tax and any other tax they can dream up we had more tickets than ticket.com. Then you have to ...
... to have an early night. He is a true party animal, full to the brim with energy. We went to a view different bars taking us from the dodgy part of the city where drinks are cheap and prostitutes plenty, to the upper class chic district composed of business people drinking expensive cocktails whilst checking their emails and watching the rugby. We bought the Irish guys dog along which won him much female attention. By 12 I had a severe case of heavy eyelid syndrome and I ...