Beachcomber Resort Boracay
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this resort rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Beachcomber Resort Boracay
Travel Blogs from Boracay
... delicious! Then we went to the "touristic" beach ( the one of the day before ), got out from the water to have lunch in a fancy but cheap restaurant by the sea called " . " and then beach again !! This is where I got attacked by a puffer fish or walked on a sea urchin ( still don't know ), all I know is that I was freaking out at that moment - my foot was bleeding and I had a lot of spikes inside - I went directly to the emergencies - ...
... of mind let each esteem others better than himself. Let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interests of others. Now I'm going to tell you a few stories that have taken place in the last few days. Street ministry! The team split into two groups and headed into two Different villages. We broke off into small groups praying that Holy Spirit would lead us. Sort of like a treasure hunt! Our small group ended up walking down ...
... days of this, we had to bid farewell to our gracious hosts and move over to the Golden Phoenix. Mike was going to be joining us for a week and he put us all up (Thanks Mike) at a much nicer hotel. The one thing that Mikey neglected to mention to us was that it just so happened to be a Chinese hotel. After a month in China, I was not sure that I had the patience for that. As it turned out, it was not an issue. One of the bonuses is that we get yum cha ...
... markets selling everything from dogs heads to homemade vodka and everywhere we went there was jeepneys and tricycles everywhere driving like maniacs!
There is 7100 ish islands and there's 93 million people living here making it the 12th most populated country in the world.
We stayed at Casa Marcosa in Tagaytag on our first night. Reunited with the group, the 10 of us jumped in a motorized tricycle and set off for the town. The availability of tricycles to ...
... careful. As it turned out, we didn’t see any, due to the understandable concerns of the cemetery guard.
Nonetheless, occupying these rather grand mausoleums (many of the wealthy occupants also have tombs built in the same likeness as their Chinese residents), the homeless families have tables and chairs located next to the revered occupant, hang their washing from the gated entrances and scrub their children in bowls ...