Pearl of the Pacific Boracay Resort & Spa
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... be called a sandwich. Very tasty though! We then got a trike to get our bags from the hotel and went to the airport. Things got a little bit ****. Susie swore when she booked our flight she paid extra for the extra baggage, as there was a standard 10kg maximum on all tickets. The airline had no record of this and the booking confirmation email made no mention of it either. We had to strip as much out of our backpacks as we could into our carry on luggage and were ...
... turn back after a while as I was too
scared. The wind blew the boat onto its side and out body weight was used on
each side on the nets we sat on to balance it out. Not my cup of tea. I was embarrassingly
given a life jacket and we slowly made out way back. I am still so happy I did
it, and luckily it wasn't too expensive as to waste our money (300 peso = £5).
We left Boracay at 3pm and got back by 8pm. And that was Boracay <3
... is also that you've got lots of nice bakeries, and you see people eating little cakes, sweet or dry ! Under influence of the Spanish they must have adopted our european bread culture, which is rather unique in south east Asia as far as we know and visited. All the other countries use rice, never bread ! 12th Andrea wasn't feeling very well so today she wanted to stay at the room and relax a maximum! We first had breakfast here in our hotel where we met Duc, a Vietnamese Australian ...
... you of starts .
Pay a fee of almost ten times the ferry ride ? Pffff
Boracay very beautiful but not the place for us. Happy we stayed in the very tranquil Hangin Kite, a great room that looks like our little house at home! And with a mini kitchen, so we ran to the supermarket and made tomato soup (canned), ham/cheese tosti! and scrambled tomato and egg! Wow that can be so yammie!
Later on we found Heidiland a German kind of "supermarket ". :) , ...
... hot. It meant walking further wasn't such an issue. At the top of the hill there were even more gardens and play parks. The Chinese love their nature and the balance between water, earth, buildings etc it's all about the feng shui. I'm not going to pretend to know much because I don't, but it did do a bit of reading before I came and it's rather interesting. Perhaps that's why it's such a pretty city. Having been spurred on by the walk up the hill, we felt we should ...