Club Ten Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Boracay
... br> ......waddling past me while making little tinkling sounds. Presumably on their to the hospital to have the bell I shoved up their **** surgically removed.
Anger issues? Me?
Finally we board. Though I do it the long way, lining up for the wrong ferry for ten minutes. I move 100 metres across the pier, to my ferry, a big ******* with a ramp down and vehicles loading. I board and follow the crowd to the Tourist Class on B deck.
It's a big room, crowded ...
The Philippine islands are so beautiful. The people are so easy to talk to and laugh with. Perhaps we've been extraordinarily lucky, but I haven't felt as unsafe or threatened as the foreign office suggested we might. Thanks for giving us the courage to come here Brother Lex- I can totally see why you would return in a heartbeat.
The season finale ends back in Boracay. When diving here last week, we met a nice Dutch chap called Karel. He ...
... 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 ...
... and the terminal fee must have be able to become one?
Atlast at Boracay. They said 100php for the tricicle. He wanted 150. I said comon 100 cuase that is the price. The driver insisted on 150. Since in Malaysia things cost what they cost like in Sweden I wasn´t in my best bargaging mode. He got 150php cause I was tired quite francly.
We arrived at the destination. An back aley to the beach where we had ...
... environmental fee tickets. We boarded the boat, and were off to the Island. Its only about a 10 minute ride in the outrigger, and while safe, it is exciting....especially on a nice day. Grabbed a multicab to the hotel, and had just a short walk to the beach to check in.
Carmella has been ok for us in the past, it is not a fancy hotel, but it is cheap, and really how much time do you expect to sit in a hotel when ...