Club Ten Beach Resort
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... jeepney/FX. This is what we spent the majority of our time doing here. It is regrettable in a way but I feel like I have really come close to the Philippino's way of life (accepting your fate) and seen a side that not much tourists see.
The sun has returned on Boracay. We are very lucky because the two days we are here, we experience almost no rain. The first night was tough to find accommodation. Everything is very expensive on the island. We struggle for a ...
... through the entire place, only they were claimed to be professional entertainment. Instead we grabbed some drinks on our way home and spent the rest of the evening and early morning playing cards on our patio. Have we mentioned the mosquitos? They are everywhere and we are all covered in bites! I swear they are way more itchy that the mosquito bug bites at home. We can’t get enough bug spray!
July 7, 2013
The gang got ...
... more on English rather than using Tagalog.
Kuya - our tour guide
Do's and Dont's inside the Cave pool
Reminder: Cotton clothes are not advisable if you're going to swim at the cave pool. They are protecting the cycle of water ...
... however, my night wasn’t over yet.
On our way up to the main road to catch a ride back to our hotel (we were not staying on the main beach anymore) a Korean girl approached us. She was with two men who kept calling her away from us apologizing and telling us how drunk she was. They kept insisting that they come with her. However, on a woman to woman level (as silly as that sounds), I could tell something wasn’t right. The girl had pure terror ...
... and plazas, leaving little more than the walls that surrounded it. Nonetheless, the Filipinos have realised the merit in preserving what remains, as many tourists visit the area (there really isn't that much to see in this city!!). We took a walking tour around the area, reading the history relating to various razed sites, old wall gates, churches and fort as we toured. Ornate and interesting San Agustin Church was the only building ...