Shore Time Hotel Boracay
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Overall I was extremely pleased with our stay at Shore Time. The rooms were newly renovated. Very clean and spacious. The service was excellent and staff are very friendly and accommodating. I highly recommend Shore Time for your Bora stay!
PS. Excellent hotel without breaking the bank
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... enjoying the sunny day, swimming and playing on the beach. We had a great time that day!
Day 4: September 8, 2014
Originally we planned to sleep until late that morning because Chris was very kind to us and allowed us to check out at 16.00 instead of 10.00. As usual, we were awake much earlier. This time it was because of the stupid ants. Our room was full of them. We apparently left some crumbs on our bed which attracted a lot of them. I woke ...
... for carrying around our belongings and taking 100s of photos for us.
If you ever come here, which you should, we will tell you where to find Johnny.
An amazing fun day, with perfect weather.
We will continue to enjoy the island and the warmth for a couple more days before we head back to Manila and then onto the very and literally cool USA.
On behalf of my wife, Merryn,
I'm Joe Platt signing out. :) ...
... every order, rice for 10 pesos per cup and this one classic rice which Cebuanos called as "puso." A half cup of rice wrapped in a pandan leaf.
and because were very much hungry, i forgot to take photos of it.
After having our dinner, we hang out at the restaurant to ...
... we are frisbee masters, the sun was setting and we were strolling down the beach and Miss K hears someone shouting my name from a bit further down the beach!! We turn round and who do we see??? Bimbo, our guide and friend we met in Malapascua is sat there with his 'new' Swedish girlfriend, relaxing on the beach!!! So after a chat we arrange to meet in a coulpe of days when Miss K can drink again! Bloody antibiotics!!!!!
... converting your US dollars to pesos. Boracay is a beautiful narrow island that is 7 km long. It's located in the Visayas and truly has the softest sand I've ever touched and walked in. The sand is white and feels like baby powder. No joke. Beer is (at the time of my visit) a little over a $1 USD. There's plenty of seafood offered and fresh fruit juices sold along it's boardwalk. The hotels are broken up into Stations 1-3. Boracay Regency in Station 2 ...