Saturday, December 1, 2012

High in Boracay

Hello! I’m back to resume my Boracay post as promised though a little late than expected.  Nevertheless, I still feel the high of Boracay even after many days had passed by.

As mentioned in the previous post, we only dropped our luggage at the hotel then went walking around.  I was initially disappointed but the discontent turned to awe as the quiet morning turns to an active day.  .  I saw lots of Americans or could they be Europeans? (I’m not good in distinguishing one from the other though), Koreans, Japanese, Chinese and other nationals flood the streets. You would have thought that you are in other Asian country if not for the local tourists and entrepreneurs.   

Drained by the long walk from Station 2 to 1, we took a rest at Jonas’.  It’s a popular eating place there (according to daughter). Not surprising coz they serve good fresh fruit shakes and other snacks. We ordered four different flavors, burgers and fires.  For our first lunch we had grilled chicken, grilled pork, grilled fish, eggplant salad et al.  .. and it was in  ... none other than  .. Tada! ..Mang Inasal!!  Lol!  

We went back to the hotel came check-in time and had a power nap for a while.  Everybody were down considering that we almost didn’t sleep the past night due to the early flight.  ‘Twas already late in the afternoon when we came out of our dug out.  The heavenly beach is now packed with tourists of various nationalities clad in sexy bikinis and daring swim suits. 

Sunset is gorgeous in Boracay!  Evenings are even more exciting.  I supposed it’s the best time in Boracay as  everybody’s everywhere, .. on the beach, and in  in every nook and crannies of the island.  Various dining places are set out on the beach.  We had our buffet dinner on one by our hotel.  Php279/pax isn’t bad for a number of very filling good food plus juice drinks.

I know I have acrophobia, but I realized I could combat the fear for the sake of fun.  Hence, I went with the kiddos when they went parasailing on early Friday morning.  (who said I’m an oldie for such kind of adventure? Haha.. wait till you see this “young once” mom in another fun ride).  It was truly an extremely high experience for me. No regrets for the Php350/pax we paid for.  A bit of advice for those who want to try adventures offered in the island. Don’t bite the price at once.  You can always haggle for the best price.

In the afternoon, the kiddos set out for another adventure and I joined in again (but of course!).  This time, we went to Ocean View Tower, the best place to view the whole scenery of Boracay,  in an ATV or the All-Terrain-Vehicle.   We could choose from an ATV or a Buggy which can accommodate 2 persons but chose to get an ATV for each. Obviously, no one wanted to just be a passenger.  Where’s the fun in it anyway?! 

The DH as usual, chose to stay behind and continued to work with paper works and his laptop he brought along with him. Then sneaked out for some bottles of beer all on his own while we were away.  Oh yeah!  Fun is spelled B-E-E-R sometimes.  Or should I say, oftentimes, for him. Well ... well!

As has been said, evenings are more exciting in Boracay!   With the glittering colorful lights, fireworks in the sky, lively music by countless performers everywhere , everyone appears to be ecstatic.  Without doubt, Boracay is genuinely a party place.


These are only few of the  fun moments we had in Boracay.  More to share on my next post.

Glad that you find time reading this post.  Whether it's your first time here or you are a constant visitor, thank you so much for your time!  I hope to see you again.

Take care and God bless!



9 Comentários:

BoracayStories said...

The landscape of Boracay's White Beach changes as soon as the sun sets. Boracay's nightlife is one of a kind in the Philippines. Glad you enjoyed your stay here.

J said...

you really had FUN!!! lalo ko tuloy na-miss ang Pinas Tita B. adventurous ka nga. I haven't tried parasailing... maybe someday hehe.

the mere mention of Mang Inasal made my mouth water. gutom ako bigla.

by the way Tita B, I sent you an email earlier.

have a great day and I'm looking forward to more posts about your Boracay adventure.

take care.

Beng Gee said...

Boracay Stories: Yes, Boracay is one of the best places I've been. The one that I want to visit back right after I reached home. I had the best time here. Thanks to Boracay and thanks to you for reading this Boracay post.

Beng Gee said...

Yes, I'm adventurous J. Kasi naman, I know that age is already catching up on me. I might as well do all the things I wanted to do hangga't kaya ko pa. haha.. Life is short, 'ika nga. Kaya might as well enjoy what life offers.

Mang Inasal is good. Busog na, mura pa! Hehe..

Thanks for the visit J. Will reply to that email of yours asap. Tc!

Beng Gee said...

P.S. to J:
Need to go out for now. will reply to your email later today. Thanks.

Ayu Maselli said...

Hello Beng Gee,

Thank you for your visit and lovely comments. Wow, very nice place in Philippine.
Bocoray such beautiful white beach, nice place to visit one day ;) remembering me with my island Bali also there are another islands with beautiful beach and hideaway
Gili Trawangan,air- Lombok Indonesia.

have a nice day
hugs

PinayWAHM said...

Aba aba aba at napaka daring ni Ate Beng! Kung ako pa yan baka sinamahan ko na lang si Kuya T....hehe.

Super enjoy nga ang itsura mo dun sa nakasabit ka sa alapaap...parang gusto kong sabihin na....'whheeeeeeee!!!!

Ang nami miss ko talaga dyan yung fresh foods...sea foods lalu na. Dito kasi nahihirapan akong makahanap ng ganun. Hayyy...Mang Inasal? Naku ang kuya ko yan ang hanap palagi nung andyan kami...kala mo turista eh kasi talagang hinahanap nya yun...

Looking forward to some more pics....

Hope your week is going great....

Huling

Beng Gee said...

Hello Ayu,
Glad to see you here. Yes, Boracay is beautiful just like your famous island, Bali. Read many good write-ups about that lovely Indonesian island. I dream of seeing it too.

Thank you for your time here Ayu! See you around.

Take care!

Beng Gee said...

Ay naku Huling, naiinis nga yung mga bata at ayaw mag-join yung ama nila! Alam mo naman ako, feeling bagets all the time. haha.. Sayang yung moment pag di ko na-experience yung mga adventures na di ordinary.

See, pati pala ang Kuya mo like din nya ang Mang Inasal. It's good naman kasi e, tapos mura pa. Ayaw nga ni Tom e. Dumayo pa daw kami ng Boracay para sa Mang Inasal. Kj!

Salamat ulit sa dalaw Huling! Have a great weekend!

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