La Plage de Boracay Resort

Address: La Plage de Boracay, Station 1, Boracay, Visayas, 5608, Philippines | Resort
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This resort is located on La Plage de Boracay, Station 1, Boracay.
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      Boracay, Philippines

      A travel blog entry by shayles on Dec 15, 2014

      16 photos

      ... in various sizes but fit between 20-30people typically) and its not easy or fun travelling when they are full but they are very cheap and practical transport and I find myself using them as preferred method of getting around (it’s a fixed price so I don’t have to worry about tourist price versus local price – I get a fair deal every ride).

      I only have the smallest of hiccups trying to get proper prices for transport once on the island. Once it ...


      A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Mar 30, 2014

      133 photos

      ... were surprised to find out that Boracay was the first beach I had ever been to in my life.

      I told them that my body completely struggled to adapt physically to the beach. I explained to them that I am used to cold and dry areas. Then, I explained how my body freaked out from the beach's climate, such as the intense sun and humidity.

      Two days was enough for me in Boracay.

      Later, I bed rested.

      March 30th (Sunday)

      I ...

      Cebu - Day 2 at Bantayan & Virgin Island

      A travel blog entry by matinhick on Mar 17, 2013

      ... entering the cave. You can tell that they we're very strict on rules to take good care for the biggest pool cave at Bantayan Island. Kuya also told us that Ogtong cave was prohibited for tourist already due to rocks erosion.
      To the Cave. Slippery so watch your steps.


      Boracay: Sun, sea, sand, sun burn and scuba diving

      A travel blog entry by stephwhittock on Apr 24, 2012

      10 photos

      ... and the crystal blue waters, but hate the touristy, busy nature of the island, but it actually worked for me. Although, the constant calling of 'sunglasses ma'am, buffet ma'am, massage ma'am' did start to wear thin. However, the beach was beautiful and as we were situated in the quieter end the beach it was far less full. There was also a good atmosphere in the day and at night with plenty of places for us to eat really good food.

      The following day we set up camp on ...

      Green sand beaches of Boracay!

      A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Mar 15, 2012

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... ridiculous series of hassles. We got off the boat and went looking for yet another transport to the lineup of hotels along the famous beach. We didn't have a reservation for a hotel here. Everybody wanted to suggest a place to stay, but we found a couple of young women who seemed very kind and helpful, and we went with them onto a couple of tricycles and headed off to the beach resorts.

      We wound up in a place called Sanders White, which had ...