Boracay Holiday Resort
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... me, so I did that then as the tide was out walked to D Mall via the beach, checking the incoming waves for any currency on the way. The beach trail passes over a couple of rocky outcrops, the second of which has a blow hole that doubles as a doorway between Diniwid and White Beaches at low tide.
Diniwid is unfortunately very dirty - I'm assuming a a result of the recent storms - with food wrappers, plastic bottles, articles of clothing, thongs, shredded fishing net and even ...
... Having a special nightly spot at the Shisha Bar where Robin, our waiter, would bring us half price shots.... lies... and even get jiggly dancing in the sand for our entertainment. Finally, knowing where to get the good Balut, 18 day fertilized chicken eggs, and being told that it is good for the joints in your knees.... lies. Funny thing though, is that the benefits of eating this baby chicken fetus was consistent with every local that we talked to. ...
... way for us not to drink loads i think!!) So a couple more stops snorkelling, we were back for around 4, and as our new friends were going for a beer to a cheap bar they knew, it would of been rude to decline!!! 5 drinks later and a bit tipsy wipsy, we head back for a quick change and plan to meet our yank friends at 8:30 for pizza at a place called 'Shakeys', a place we have smelled the pizza cooking there everyday!!! ...
... p.m.started the fireworks from various locations in boats off sea.
An hour of spectacular fires.
We then returned to the base station where we are staying in hotels nearby, at about 2 am.
Today, New Year, I woke up at about 9 am and after an excellent breakfast in a bar on the beach, I met with Oleg and we went to our beach. We went snorkeling when he saw many colorful fish and corals and in the afternoon arrived Jean Paul who ...
... Rather, my trip to Boracay was filled with a German bean-trading card game called Bohnanza (a clever play on words using the German word for bean, bohne). I first learned how to play Bohnanza (or bean game as I like to call it) when I was in Papua staying at my friend Tiffany’s house where she lived with her co-workers (mostly Europeans). Her German friend, Halli, taught me the game, and I was instantly hooked. Papua is ...
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