The Panoly Resort Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... shopping all souvenirs that he or she can carry. Last of all, Station 3 is the most recent section of the beach to be developed and also the quietest part of the island. Here, the footpath traffic and tourist density is significantly less than the other boat station areas.
Transportation: Getting to Boracay
By air: Fly in to either Caticlan or Kalibo Airport
Kalibo Airport is approximately 1 hour and ...
... Haha. I don't know if it's because I'm a woman alone, but everywhere I go I have great company.
The flight was non-eventful, and when I arrived in Kalibo I was herded on to a shuttle van, then moved to another van, then off to Boracay via Catlican.
The shuttle van was great- I was with a hilarious Filipino family going on a family vacation, and they spent the ride teaching me Tagalog and sharing snacks. When we got to Catlican we ...
Going back to Anika...
When we got back to the resort, it came to my mind that dangit can bought here for lesser price than in the City so I was planning to go to the Market. Bloggers revealed that dangit and other dried fish ...
... out today so we would like their room (the hotel had previously informed us they were full!!) thankfully we had met a couple of the Swedish travellers in Dumaguete where they informwed us of this now valuable information! It was good to see them again too - always good to see a familiar friendly face =]
After breakfast we met up with Adel - another friendly face - its great when travelling to meet up with ...
... a small hole appears. On this beach, old women sit and sift through piles of sand all day long in order to keep up with worldwide demand, or whatever market share the Philippines have garnered.
We walked down to the end of the beach and found a stand of huge lava rocks we could climb around and under, and get our own little beach. As darkness rolled in we headed back home.
That's about it. Boracay is one beach I can safely say I will never return ...