Flora East Resort and Spa
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... Brain overload. I felt so full of adrenaline after that jump that I just kept going until we were whistled to stop for the buffet BBQ lunch. Lunch was a ginormous sizzling feast of fresh fish, chicken, burgers, rice, noodles, vegetables and fruit. It was all you could eat so everyone piled their plates sky high to get their money's worth of food. It was surprisingly really tasty, the pineapple had to be the best I've ever had. Feeling properly re fuelled and ...
... was waiting where all the boats were pulling up onto the sand. We paid our full fare and signed our lives away with the waver forms.
There we waited a few minutes and we asked how many other people were booked onto our tour. Johnny said just us 2. And so our private days tour began.
A little motorised wooden/bamboo boat fit for 10 passengers pulled up with a driver and 1 crew member and Johnny took our things and walked ...
...and no Scandinavians. Woohoo. Just Koreans. Marginally better. It's strange - I don't think there were any fewer people around on Boracay than we experienced in Krabi, but the atmosphere was a whole lot better. Or maybe it is just the lack of the aforementioned Northern Europeans. There also seem to be quite a lot of Filipino tourists, which makes for a better vibe. We were also staying on one of the quieter parts of the beach which probably ...
... with very few guests, a private dive instructor and one of the loveliest and craziest hostesses we have ever met. This was in essence our resort, for a whole week! So let me recap and give you the details.
The beach faced directly into the sunset without a land mass in the way, and with very few people really using the beach at times it was like having our own sunset. To the south you could see Boracay island and at times the odd boat would turn up with ...
Next was a risotto with tiny baby calamari topped with shredded Malabar Night Shadow leaves. I'm not sure what the latter is, but it looks and tastes a bit like chives, but not as bitey. This was served in a small depression in the middle of a large white bowl, the wide rim of which was sprinkled with bread crumbs fried in butter. I'm not a big fan of risotto, but I really liked this. The rice was a little salty, but not quite as much as the calamari which was soft and ...