Shangri-La'S Boracay Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... night). The room had everything we could possibly need: private bathroom, hot shower, A/C, cable TV, closet, fridge and terrace. Besides that, the “resort” was situated a 5-minute walk from the Station 3. It was simply perfect! We were so grateful to Roby because we would have never found this place without his unintentional help. We were hoping to be able to take a massage with him but it turned out to be way too expensive (PHP 400, full body, one hour).
... of solid travelling it is really good to relax in good quality accommodation for an extended period of time, and we have spent most of our time alternating between the beach and our porch. Dave's Straw Hat Inn has good internet which we have taken full advantage of to plan the next stages of our trip, including booking a campervan for New Zealand and accommodation for NYE in Rio de Janeiro. On most days we buy mango & banana from the local fruit stalls for our ...
Monday morning we were up and ready to head off to Boracay, the resort island about 90 minutes from Allan's town. While in the past we have taken public transportation, we booked a van for about 25 dollars to bring us all there door to door. As I have noted before, driving in the Philippines is a bit of an adventure, and the van drivers are the adventurers. Speed limits? What are those? White Lines? Decorations. Which side of the road do you drive ...
... boat ride before a arriving in Boracay. This bus, unlike our previous buses, actually had functioning air conditioning and padded seats!! It's a bus strictly used for the tourists, and after our previous bus ride, we certainly were in favour of the padding beneath our bums! Panay was a beautiful island- it seemed very prosperous in that there were a lot of rice farms, and a lot of construction. As ...
... ended up giving up at 1:30 AM and sleeping on the floor in the Aussies' dorm room. We took chair cushions from the bar downstairs and slept on those. The next morning, we were up early searching for a place. We got lucky and found something, but it was expensive, considering the toilet and shower were broken. We spent the next few nights in Boracay moving from place to place, but never really having a home for the time that we were there. Boracay was nice. ...