The island most visited both by local and foreign tourists in the Philippines. Regarded as one of the best islands in the world according to the world wide web and several travel magazines. Its shores boasting of long stretches of powdery, white sand, cerulean waters and limestone boulders. Maligayang pagdating sa Isla ng Boracay!
I toured this island with six of my officemates. We island hopped, fly-fished, parasailed, snorkeled, tried helmet diving, swam, walked on the beach, drank shakes, ate chori-burgers, failed at skimboarding, played in the soft sand, walked a lot around town and had breakfast at the same place everyday for three days. I ain’t complaining. It was all fun, sun and sand everyday and it was worth it being stingy. Our lunch and dinners were all the good kind of food anyway.
Boracay is always known to be a an island of late night revelings and all. We got lost in the party crowd one night after we ate out for dinner and it was crazy. I don’t like that kind of crazy and I’m always a daylight kind of person, so I am always back in my room before midnight.
Boracay in 3 words: One fly adventure.
Enjoy life in transit,