Shangri-La'S Boracay Resort & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Boracay
... for the room by the hour (you clearly brought prostitutes back there for some loving) there was Police with sawn-off shotguns everywhere aswell. We got out of there as quick as we could, got to Boracay beach and checked in to a brilliant family run hotel. We spent just under a week there, laying on a beach, eating pineapple and being called sir by everyone. Philippine people are some of the nicest people I've met since I've been ...
... him.. So much so, it took me 2 days to recover and a lot of (very) fresh mango smoothies to make me able to function.
We would of loved to stay in Boracay longer but unfortunately we ran out of accommodation options (we'd already been moved to the budget bungalow) and the prices were going to get higher once Chinese New Year hit, so we made a decision to bring our flights forward and head into Laos instead.
... wanted to find an area of sea without seaweed. We found it but the seaweed was merely replaced with hundreds of boats constantly docking. After Charlotte went to get lunch we moved further up the beach still and settled there for the day. The weather is good, not too hot but blue skies, although the threat of rain is ever present.
We left the beach around 4pm and decided to pick up some Boracay rum, basically a cheap bottle of malibu, and by cheap I mean £1.50. I ...
... to feed the fish. And they came. So many beautiful colors. Mainly small fish, but a few biggers ones that you could feel nibble at your fingers mistaking it for bread. It was the most incredible experience. Although Zeus was with me, I didn't communicate much with him apart from a 'wow' and a smile here and there. I didn't want ot miss a moment of those fish swimming around and below me.
The water was a little ...
... simpering, prancing ponce of a "butler" that she can’t have any more nibbles but can keep the ones she has! As this particular waiter had not deigned to take our drinks order for ages, and as the atmosphere was more like a funeral than a happy hour (there were less than a dozen people there) we decided we’d eat elsewhere, so we finished our drinks and headed out on the town in our formal gear, ending up at Shakeys, in Robinson Mall for a ...
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