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I’ve been to Boracay for a few times. The first is on March 2012 with my friends in my former company where we had our team building. We had our bug car racing going to the Ocean Tower Viewdeck. It’s the highest point in Boracay, located adjacent to known old Mt. Luho’s view point. You can use a binocular or simply use your eye to look at the 360 degree view of the entire Boracay Island.

We had our accommodation at Alta Vista de Boracay. It’s a few minutes away from DMall. The place is so quiet and relaxing. But if you want to go for parties and gimmicks, it’s just a shuttle (free of charge) away so that you can bar hop all night long. And don’t miss the fire dancers every evening, it’s a very good amusement. 😉

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My next bump into Boracay was on May 2014, with my cousins’ family. Ate Ethel is so close to my heart because she took care of me when I was still a kid. That’s why, when she requested me that we should have a summer vacation at Boracay, I can’t resist.

We dined in our favorite DTalipapa, I suggest that you go here too. This is the cheapest place you can go for seafood tripping and more foods in Boracay. You market the raw seafoods, and the restaurants here will cook them for you.

We also took the summer heat for island hopping. Our start point is at Puka Beach and went around crocodile island, we passed by the Shangri-La Resort, the white Resort of Manny Pacquiao and more.

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Last October 2014, I went again in Boracay, but this time, with Yam and his family. Oh what a joyful vacation to spend a birthday with him 🙂

We had our lunch at the private beach property of Alta Vista in Puka Beach. We had grilled squids, grilled pork chop and the best tasted White Snapper cooked as Sinigang and grilled. (Sorry I wasn’t able to get a picture of it 😀 )

I also brought them at our favorite dine-in spot, DTalipapa.

For our water activities, Yam tried skim boarding, and together, we tried parasailing, it was a bit expensive though. You really can’t find cheap ones in Boracay, but it’s always worth the fun. Of course, I would like to thank Ryan Tolinero and Kuya Willie Alpe for all the assistance and help in our accommodation. 🙂

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Yam and I is planning more travel together so expect more travel blog updates. 😉

May you receive your blessings,

Tintin

P.S.

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