Paradise Bay Beach & Watersport Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TripAdvisor Reviews Paradise Bay Beach & Watersport Resort Boracay
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... the rest of the group and took a tricycle to Puka Beach, which is a beach made up of white shells pulverized into sand. The water is slightly rougher here but still warm. The ride to Puka beach is different. Taking the roads through the centre of the island you get to see how the people who live there really live. Seeing the shack or bamboo huts right next to the opulent resorts is jarring. The consolation is that the money we spend on ...
... with her two adorable little blonde kids and husband. We both had a refresher before the dive which I really needed as I felt a bit rusty with the hand signals, safety stuff and equipment. I had to do the dreaded thing where you take your whole mask off and then clear it underwater, I hate it so much! She did too so we got through it together. Our instructor was called Lannie who I really liked. She made me feel comfortable to ask questions and was obviously ...
... predictable of me as my friend Alex and my Dad guessed beforehand that this was likely to happen.
As soon as we arrived at the hotel the staff were really excellent at keeping the plans hush hush. From our arrival on the 2nd and up until midday on the 3rd, Denise's birthday, I had five separate conversations with the staff about arrangements and timings, always within sight of Denise but just out of earshot and she had absolutely no idea. Mwah ha haa.
... me doing this, she was hooked. We all know Webby loves her animals and she was a little annoyed when we ran out of bread but what can you do? The rest of the time was spent sailing around the island with Webby sunning herself and I was just taking int he island and dipping my feet in the beautiful water. At least it was something different from sitting on a beach! On arrival back to white beach it was mid afternoon and we were famished. We found this burger and burrito ...
... little lagoon full of sea water. It is called enchanted by some because they believe it to be frequented by spirits and when the main sea is at low tide, the hidden sea is at high tide and vice versa...very interesting and very beautiful for a spot of lunch and some relaxing before the boat ride back. This turned out to not be too bad in the end as we were going with the waves so hardly any drenching involved and arrived back at the beach with a lovely day spent ...