7stones Boracay Suites
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Anyway. What a laugh. Not a good situation to find myself in and I didn’t handle it perfectly but I was able to chuckle freely about it.
I spent the next day at Starbucks (travel abruptly halted) doing more research on the accommodation situation in the country. I find out that I need to look for "Inns" or “Pension houses”. “Lodges” can be ok but are most frequently a place where people go for hanky panky and can be ...
... good there in Iloilo City. There's also an SM and a Robinson's Place in Iloilo City. Iloilo City can be entered from Manila via the new airport located in the municipality of Cabatuan. There's also a delicious bibingka that's from the municipality of Balasan, but it's a 3-hour drive from Iloilo City. And there are good restaurants in Iloilo City, some are Breakthrough, Tatoy's, Deco's, etc. The main dialects of this city are Ilonggo and ...
... seems to remain in sunshine. The restaurants and bars are endless and relatively inexpensive and the service is friendly and done well. There are a lot of wonderful positives about Boracay and most of them can be pictured in a magazine or slide show.
The problem is the people. First of all, there are way too many of them. The place is just crawling with tourists. They wander up and down the beach and along the somewhat narrow ...
... Fake Accent
When I eventually stepped foot on Boracay, another customer service officer repeated the same routine and information. I was concerned that there will be hidden fee involved when he offered to take me around "shopping" for cheap rooms. But he wore an official Boracay Tourism Board neck pass and assured me that it was all part of a free service. So we rode a private 100 php tricycle to the southern part of White ...
... ran into Cathy. She was sitting on her own in the front of the ferry terminal. We struck up a conversation, where she told us that the first boat leaves at 2pm. Ok. It's 8am. We have a bit of waiting around to do. So we got a coffee and read a little bit, and then invited Cathy to join us for some lunch and a beer. And that beer tasted so good that we thought we do a little cafe crawl down the ferry pier hitting a few of the establishments along the ...