TRAVEL: BORACAY

It’s Cebu Pacific — No matter what excuse they have, whether it’s for our safety or that because the pathway is congested, They have been branded as always having delayed flights. So here we are after 1 hour of waiting after our supposed take-off.

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After landing, we have to take a 2 hour Van Ride. No Worries if you have no arrangements yet, once you step out of the airport, they’ll swarm to you like bees. Most of the offer was Php 250 for a Van and Boat Ride. Luckily, We got ours for Php 200.

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The Php 200 payment got us a private mini bangka.

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After the Boat Ride, we still had to ride a Tricycle to our Hotel. It took us about 10 minutes. Not bad.10410200_10206406070450422_7072368149499194665_n

They had a welcome drink – bottled water. This is located in Station 1. Beach Side. Employees are all so friendly.

So what was our First Stop? LUNCH. Since our 11am arrival turned to 1pm, we were already starving by 4 in the afternoon.

IMG_1741 DSC05408 IMG_1782 LUNCH: Nigi Nigi Nu Noos We spent Php 1,300 for a Seafood Family Platter, 4 Rice, 2 Canned Softdrinks.

While waiting for lunch, Nicole and I had a quick dip. :)) Excuse my over sized haven’t eaten stomach.

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After our much awaited lunch, we scout for what boracay is known for – parties! But before that, we stopped by to have a henna tattoo and snooped around the very exhilarating GMax Experience. DSC05413 DSC05412

The night was young so we reached Station 3. Imagine that. We didn’t even notice it took us an hour! An hour of walking! Haha. So, we opted to stay for a more relaxed environment since it was still early. –

FIRST NIGHT: The Tree House

They’re pretty affordable and the ambiance is so laid back perfect for a night away from all the dancing and booze stricken kids. A live band also plays in the area and you get to sit in their bean bags or lie down as you wish.

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SECOND NIGHT: Wave

Booze, Loud Music, Lights and Dancing. – We were well seated STILL when it was early. But, the room on the second floor can transform into a dance floor. DSC05484

For our SECOND DAY: Island Hopping. We got our Island Hopping for Php 2,300 for 5 pax. Entrance Fee for the Magic Island is not included.

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STOP: Crystal Cove Island

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Shangrila Beach Front

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IMG_1870We were dead carnivorous after that island hopping, so we went straight to a late lunch yet again.

LUNCH: Jonah’s – They are famous for their Shakes. 

But they also have pastas, viands, pizzas and sandwiches.

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We took a nap, and went out for dinner.

I’m sorry I forgot the place but this is in front of the Shawarma, Froco something. Sisig and Tuna Belly was amazing. IMG_1935We went straight for alcohol and party this time.

BOOZE NIGHT: Coco Mangas.

If you’re familiar with Central or Tides, They are pretty much alike. It was an extraordinarily fun night.

IMG_1909 IMG_1911After babysitting and putting someone to bed, We went out for another run.

BOOZE: Wave

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Third day was Chill at the Beach Day.

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After a morning filled with Vitamin Sun and Sea, Late lunch AGAIN.

LUNCH: Jonah’s AGAIN. — Nachos, Quesadilla and Shakes. 

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We arranged an afternoon full of activities. We paid a Php 700 package each for 5 pax that includes ATV, Sky Cycle, Trick Art Museum and Bird Farm. 

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We also paid a Php 1,500 for a Para sailing Experience. 

And it was FUCKING SCARY when you’re one with the wind. P.S. Make sure that the rope behind your legs is in the middle area or you might fall backwards or if drawn too near your behind, you might also slip infront. But, you should definitely try this!

DSC05716 DSC05707For our last say, we tried the famous Real Coffee and its equally famous pair – Calamansi Muffins

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Last LUNCH: Smoke, Inside D’ Mall

IMG_2061See you, I hope Soon! We will come back for sure. I had a great time. :))))

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