Villa Camilla

Address: Station 3, Boracay, Visayas, Philippines | Villa
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This villa is located on Station 3, Boracay.
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Travel Blogs from Boracay

At Sea

A travel blog entry by philandericaa on Mar 18, 2015

Another relaxing day at sea. Erica is desperate to get some colour. She spent the entire day lying in the sun with only a factor 4 on and still didn't manage to go very red. I, on the other hand, am burnt and now trying to keep in the shade. So not so much to report today, No alcohol has gone out the window. (well it is free) Dinner and early night as up for another trip tomorrow at next port of call. Probably as well we cannt upload photos as I've taken about 400 so ...

Mindoro and Boracay

A travel blog entry by toddy11 on May 16, 2014

5 comments, 7 photos

... I see every other tooth is missing. He tells me he is upset because he cannot find his son. He has been missing for two weeks. He has just finished putting up pictures of him along the beach.

So, I'm thinking this is a young man gone off to party and is probably staying with friends, doped to his eyelids with drink and drugs (I like to think the best of people). I ask how old he is. Eight, he say.

He's eight years old.

Holy ****, the kid is eight years old ...

Insane visibility

A travel blog entry by whittlog on Apr 11, 2013

11 photos

... and seeing as we've felt so safe here, a little hard for us to believe so we asked Karel his thoughts. He's lived here for eighteen years and knows a lot of people who have been killed, usually shot. There's normally a white man, a local woman and an aggrieved family or lover involved. Just like Cambodia and Laos, Filipino women are encouraged to seek American or European men to marry which will financially secure the future of the woman ...


A travel blog entry by shirak on Oct 29, 2012

9 photos

... a special experience, playing football on the pitch with Gully, the team's mascot. Tony arranged it for Naomi and Joshy, but Phil and I were maybe even more excited than the kids. It was the first time Naomi had been to a football game, and she quickly got into the atmosphere, getting excited when Brighton had the ball, sad when it was with the other team, and complaining whenever anybody obstructed her ...

At last leaving Manila!

A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Jan 04, 2012

... other flights, with no success (no-one in the hostel could believe what was happening to me!). Flights were either completely booked up or there seemed to be problems accepting payments. By the afternoon, I'd given up and got a flight thro' a travel agent (from their airline allotment of tickets, unavailable on the web). Everyone in the hostel had been so sympathetic about my health and concerned about my flight failure that they were ...