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That’s how our 4-day stay in Boracay Island, Aklan started: with a very long lazy day of beach bumming while waiting for our relatives to arrive nine hours after us.
Nine hours. And we thought the day would never end. With eating lunch and merienda in between, my brother and I walked the long stretch of sand and waded the beach after leaving our bags in the hotel.
Our relatives left Manila after lunch (while our flight was 8am, which we moved to 7am because we were early at the airport and the Check In lady told us we can fly earlier if we want). Then they flew to Kalibo, Aklan (unlike us who went directly to Caticlan, a ferry boat away from Boracay), where they had to ride a van for about an hour to Caticlan.
Tired of walking, we sat down to marvel at the sands in different stations of Boracay. Some are fine, others are finer. Hmm. Just like people.
We also explored the alleys.
inconspicuous alley that leads to best bargains of D’ Talipapa
Boracay Regency grand staircase along the beachfront
After all these, we checked the time and it was just early in the afternoon. Exhausted to the bone marrows, we slept under the sun, well, under the shades of coconut trees at first, then we woke up to the burning heat and UV rays penetrating our skin.
As a result, see the before and after of my skin:Read More
It was flattering to be told that I must’ve photoshopped my picture of me in bikini, or, I must’ve undergone some “preparations” to achieve this so-called Boracay-worthy body.
For the record, it was my first time wearing bikinis on the beach, andRead More
The Laws Of The Universe
that I be in Boracay
Thanks to my Law student friend Giselle H. who sold me UP College of Law raffle tickets, I won two round trip tix to any domestic destination the week I arrived in the Philippines.
Then by some strike of luck, my uncle, a graduate of Law, invited me to join them in their 4-day Boracay vacation in celebration of his birthday.
I declined at first because staying there is just way above my budget. Her wife, a prosecutor at the Manila City Hall, insisted that I come even if I’m broke because they’ll shoulder food and accommodations, she texted.Read More