Alyssa Resort

Address: Angol, Boracay Island, Boracay, Visayas, Philippines | Resort
 
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This resort is located on Angol, Boracay Island, Boracay.
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      The City of Iloilo

      A travel blog entry by jonandre.chu on Oct 03, 2014

      Iloilo City is a city located in the province of Iloilo, and this is also the capital of Iloilo. Since I live near Iloilo City, I know a lot about the city, the city is highly urbanized, like Metro Manila. Iloilo City is located in the southern part of Panay Island. Foods like Pansit Molo and La Paz Batchoy originated from Iloilo, Pansit Molo came from the district of Molo, and La Paz Batchoy came from the district of La Paz. The Lechon ...

      Piso Fare

      A travel blog entry by analeb2014 on Sep 27, 2014

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      ... clicked the "TO" to Iloilo. I've never been to Western Visayas, this is my chance to explore this part of the Philippines. I looked at the total cost, it was P2,213.28 - round trip for the 2 of us. Wow, very cheap! I just couldn't pass this. Still, couldn't decide thinking travelling alone with a 4-year old makulit, malikot...oh man! Not easy. But I really wanna go. Ah bahala na lang oy. ...

      Stopover

      A travel blog entry by luciecox on Jul 17, 2014

      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 ...

      Island of Boracay: Relish the Heat

      A travel blog entry by danielleyu on Mar 29, 2014

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      ... three sections named after the former boat stations: Station 1, farthest north, is home to luxury resorts. Most who had more stayed in this station. Station 2, in the middle, is a huge commercial hub and home to loads of shops, restaurants, and hotels, as well as the DMall, a massive shopping complex and the D'Talipapa, a small marketplace to all tourists; though suggested by its Tagalog name, one can search with numerous ...

      A few days in an alternate reality paradise.

      A travel blog entry by kyley on Feb 25, 2014

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      ... the beach, reading, going for international dinners with wonderful people...
      The beach has been turned into a street and there are hundreds of shops, restaurants, massage parlors, and tattoo parlors crammed along the side. The sheer amount of people was really overwhelming, especially the huge groups of Korean tourists being led around by a man with a microphone.

      It was exactly what I needed- meeting some people, relaxing, getting some sun, having ...