Paradise Garden Resort Hotel
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... with the least always give more, this just backs up that statement. I grabbed a weird tasting chicken sandwich and a drink then logged onto the wifi or a brief chat with my mum! Brilliant timing. That made the time pass by nicely and kept me calm when I received a call from Niomi telling me I was at the wrong terminal. She was wrong by the way, it was okay I was in the right place. I got on the plane bang on time at 3:05 pm and shortly was cruising through the blue ...
So last night (feeling organised and proactive) I looked through some leaflets about Boracay. I found out about a mountain nearby. Mount Luho. I decided the next morning I would get up early, breakfast and hike to it before the strongest sun of the day. I planned I would leave at 10am.
I woke up this morning at 9am. Snoozed til 10am. Got up, showered, dressed and went for breakfast. I opted for a cheese and tomato omelette. It was delicious. It ...
... you and wanted to know if you have checked in.' 'You should call her y'know,' he added. Feeling somewhat relieved, slightly embarrassed and a lot like a naughty school girl I carried on my mission.
Bulabog beach was just a minutes walk away. I managed to catch a little bit but not the sun itself. I started to walk towards White Beach. Suddenly it was very, very dark. Within a matter of minutes the sun had gone. Night had consumed...everything! ...
Today was a lazy day but a perfect holiday day. We headed out in the morning to the beach. Well of course Kimmy, Jodie & Tooa stopped at the shops...so Megs & I went to the beach via One Bar :) We were greeted with a 'welcome back' :) After one drink & still no sign of the girls we left a note at the bar & headed to the beach. The girls eventually found us & Megs, Cam, Jodie & Kim hit the water while Tooa hit the sun lounge. Word of warning...do not pay people ...
... of P1,200 doesn't include transportation or shuttle going to the "Back Beach". Back Beach is the place where all water activities are being done. You can take a tricycle going to the Back Beach that costs P75 only. Once you reach the beach, you need to pay additional P100 (for the entire group) for the waiver thingy.
Once you're off to the island (I think it was Crocodile Island) and started snorkeling, another fee needed to pay which ...