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Boracay '09 : R & R

Long overdue Bora post. :P

Before Summer actually ends.. I just felt that I should get my Bora series of posts over and done with.:)

It was my second time in Boracay... and I can honestly say that this was the first time that I actually enjoyed the beach and the sand. :) My first trip there was last year and the itinerary for the whole stay was planned already, so it was mostly activities like ATV, island hopping, snorkeling. This year, it was mostly swimming and sitting around. Complete relaxation. :)

The whole group stayed at SUR. A really neat resort located in Station 1. A white building, pretty and cozy huts, nice view and a really nice beach front...






*Sigh*.. Take me back? I suddenly miss the sun, sand and free time.


CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

princess_dyanie said…
ang tahimik ng station 1 pag gabi! :) we stayed in station 2 and nag walk along the shore kami to station 3 on our 1st night and to station 1 the next night. :)
Cza said…
@dyanie - yuh!!! yun ang gusto namen dun.. tahimik :) para makarelax.. plus, station 1 resorts are the ones with the best beach front. :D
kg said…
wow! nice pics. boracay is really the destination of the summer. ang daming tao! as for me, i prefer "untouristy" places. kaya naman it has been years since I've been to Boracay! but it still is beautiful! :)
karen said…
there's a lot of things to see in boracay..
visit www.travelboracay.com.ph and learn more
witsandnuts said…
In my three visits, I've never tried staying in Station 1. Next time siguro. =) I remember some of my closest friends pag nakakakita ako ng Bora pix. =)
Cza said…
@kg - thanks! glad you liked it. :) Station 1 of Bora is semi-untouristy.. especially at night. :)

@karen - okiedokie!

@witsandnuts - You should try Station 1. Tahimik sya pag panight na. :) Really nice and relaxing. But if you're after the party.. Station 2-3 it is! :D
leydi said…
i like the last 2 pics :) aww, i miss bora!
leydi said…
i like the last 2 pics :) aww, i miss bora!
Eliza said…
dami mong pasyal ah hehehe:D sulit na sulit ang summer!!
Cza said…
@leydi - habol lakad sa summer? go go. :)

@Eliza - O nga e.. ayan.. naghihirap na ako. :P
Rico said…
Beautiful! Nice little hotel too!
We too would usuall walk to Station 1 (with FIC ice cream in hand) because they have better beach fronts
Cza said…
@Rico - Hello! Oh yes.. Station 1 does have the better beach fronts. :) Your comment just made me crave for ice cream :P
princess_dyanie said…
czaaaaa! i love the last pic! na miss ko ang bora! haha! :P
Cza said…
@princess_dyanie - tenchuuuu! :D oo nga e.. nakakamiss!

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