Bamboo Bungalow Rest Houses

Address: Boracay, Visayas, 5608, Philippines | Resort
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Location

This resort, located in Boracay, is near Yapak Beach (Puka Shell Beach), Diniwid Beach, Calypso Diving School, and Balinghai Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Boracay

    Boracay Island

    A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Aug 02, 2014

    29 photos

    ... every evening we watch the sun set over the ocean, whilst having a beer at our favourite beach bar 'Red Pirate.' It has a small garden area on the beach designed around a cluster of palm trees and the furniture is made from collected driftwood. This area is much more authentic and pleasant than the other end of the beach where all the resorts & shops are, so the only time we venture that way is for our McDonalds breakfasts! We have even found a decent fish ...

    Eat, Swim, Drink, Relax, Sleep - It's Boracay!!!

    A travel blog entry by ksuter on Apr 28, 2014

    1 comment, 204 photos

    ... who has been good helping around the house during Allan's mom's illness.

    We got out of the van and bought our tickets to the island. First 25 peso each for the boat, then 100 peso each for the terminal fee and then 100 peso for an environmental fee. We go through a type of security like an airport, kind of...and then the white tourist registers. We are then herded though a hallway, where the locals are checked in separately from ...

    Island of Boracay: Relish the Heat

    A travel blog entry by danielleyu on Mar 29, 2014

    8 photos

    ... bananas and are exported throughout the world.

    Handicrafts: What to take home?

    Shopping in Boracay is limited mainly to local handicrafts and essential items, and visitors would not have opportunities of buying much in the way of popular branded goods, electronics or designer products. The local handmade goods are well worth checking out, and yet there are a number of good places to find them.
    The Plazoleta ...

    Gorgeous but very, very busy.

    A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Feb 20, 2014

    32 photos

    ... three other backpackers staying in the 8-bed dorm. There are plenty of rooms/cottages on-site and most guests are obviously staying in those. Boracay itself is 7km long and 1km wide in the centre and as well as White Beach there are numerous other more secluded bays and beaches dotted around the island. On my 2nd day here i strolled across to Bulabog Beach on the opposite side of the island where there was an international 5 day ...

    Boracay

    A travel blog entry by burles on Jan 03, 2014

    1 photo

    ... van offered to take us onward to Roxas, for a fee slightly higher than what the next jeepney would cost. We agreed, only because he said he'd take us through the McDonald's drive through. Excitement over McDonald's is ridiculous, and I am aware of this. Though I rarely eat it at home, it's on option that is consistent wherever you go, so you know what you'll be eating before you get it. On this trip, I've welcomed the familiarity of a McDonald's hamburger. After ...