The Palms of Boracay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Resort was very nice. Big and spacious rooms with a nice pool and bar. HAHA i'm not even 21 yet :P
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After being stranded in Manila for an extra day, we booked a quick flight this morning to Kalibo (because it was really cheap) and then started making our way down the visayas and aiming for Bohol hopefully tomorrow. We spend the night in Iloilo, which took a couple of buses and ...
After being stranded in Manila for an extra day, we booked a quick flight this morning to Kalibo (because it was really cheap) and then started making our way down the visayas and aiming for Bohol hopefully tomorrow. We spend the night in Iloilo, which took a couple of buses ...
... We went to four of its islands all with beautiful beaches but my favorite would be the one they called "Tanke". It isn't a typical island since the beach is inside and you have to literally get in to enjoy the clear waters of its beach. I would personally compare it to the hidden beach in Mexico. Another one of my favorite is the Sandbar. When low tide, there's an island (just sand) in the ...
... already so i stayed and rested. At 3:00 pm went to SM city Iloilo again and bought Pasalubong or food for my family and friends. After the short shopping, went to Jaro Cathedral (P7 jeepney ride) thanked Him and went home (P7 jeepney ride to GMA station) fixed my things and rested. 11:00 pm went to the Ceres Bus terminal but there were no buses around. A guy came to us and offered a van with 6 passengers already in it. So I took it. Waited for 30 mins. Paid ...
One week after I taught the HCBN volunteers on the basics of digital photography, I held a follow up class that required them to present the results of their homework to the entire group - a foto shoot that incorporated the topics I had exposed to them (no pun intended). I ended the class by inviting all of them to dinner on Sunday, the day before my departure from the island. I wanted to make sure I had quality time with them, and I felt it was also the ...