La Plage de Boracay Resort
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... Nevertheless, this shrine became a bit symbolic for us because once we reached it the sun showed up and stayed with us for the rest of the afternoon. We settled close to the Willy´s Rock and played on the beach for a while.
Then we headed towards the end of the White Beach where we found even more exclusive resorts and a cute bar with hanging bras. We also bumped into a couple taking their wedding photos on the nearby cliffs which, I guess, might be a dream of a lot ...
... was waiting where all the boats were pulling up onto the sand. We paid our full fare and signed our lives away with the waver forms.
There we waited a few minutes and we asked how many other people were booked onto our tour. Johnny said just us 2. And so our private days tour began.
A little motorised wooden/bamboo boat fit for 10 passengers pulled up with a driver and 1 crew member and Johnny took our things and walked ...
Going back to Anika...
When we got back to the resort, it came to my mind that dangit can bought here for lesser price than in the City so I was planning to go to the Market. Bloggers revealed that dangit and other dried fish ...
... br> Anyway that afternoon, 4:30 pm enough was enough!! Beer o'clock! So we head down to a bar on the beach, and there we were, beer for me 30p, rum pineapple for Miss K, 60 p. sat chatting about different things.
Linda said we were only having one drink!!
4 drinks later and slightly tipsy the sun is setting, getting cooler we decide to head back to get ready for fun that evening!!!
Note to oneself - use the ...
... made the fortress their exclusive preserve, with locals relegated to surrounding areas. Feared by Spain’s enemies, Intramuros became the only mighty European city (64 hectares) in Asia, with its walls fortified with bastions and surrounded by drawbridges.
The battle devastation took 150,000 civilian lives and destroyed almost all the grand stately homes, imposing government buildings, churches, monasteries, convents, ...