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Day 2 was our Adventure Day! We got a good package from Kuya Don for only P1,000 per head. That included, Helmet Diving, Island Hopping to Puka Beach, Magic Island and Crocodile Island and Banana Boat Ride. Here’s his contact number: 09207560202. Right after we ate our breakfast courtesy of La Carmela, we went on our Day 2 Water Activities!

After Brekky Shot! Laughing Friends!

After Brekky Shot! Laughing Friends!

On Our way to puka Beach!

On Our way to puka Beach!

Love this shot!

Love this shot!

Island Hopping in Boracay!

I’ve done all of those trips before aside from visiting Puka Beach. My First time! This Beach really captured my heart. Not crowded, pure white sand and clear blue water. This is the best beach for me in Boracay! By the way, you can also ride a tricycle going to Puka Beach for only P100 per head (One Way).

Puka Beach Pose!

Puka Beach Pose!

Survivors ang Peg!

Survivors ang Peg!

GoodTimes!

GoodTimes!

Group Jumpshot!

Group Jumpshot!

Jump!!!!

Jump!!!!

Puka Beach!

Puka Beach!

We also dipped in the clear and cold water surrounding the beautiful crocodile island. This spot is where tourists snorkels.

Enjoying the water of Crocodile Island!

Enjoying the water of Crocodile Island!

Welcome to Crocodile ISland!

Welcome to Crocodile ISland!

After that we went to Magic Island. It is the not so extravagant version of Ariel’s point(Cliff Diving Spot) . Entrance Fee is P100 per head. They said that it is called Magic Island because you will see it during low tides and it will disappear like “magic” on high tides. Neil ang Tay jumped of the cliff! JP and I just sat and cheered for them cause were both afraid of heights LOL

Cliff Diving! Congrats Neil!

Cliff Diving! Congrats Neil!

Magic Island!

Magic Island!

Helmet Diving

One of the best activities in Boracay. This activity will let you go down and walk on the bikini bottom just like sponge bob LOL. 20 Ft high  I guess.  The water and air pressure hurts on the first few minutes but you will be amazed on all the sea creature and beautiful fishes that you will see and touch. You just have to listen to what the instructor will tell you about the hand signals.  I just cant remember the name of the group where we did our 1st Helmet diving way back 2011 but that was way better than this year.

We only had 15 minutes below and we dont even had a good photo ops. the 2 divers just focused on the  foreigners. Too bad they only got P20 for the tip bleeeeee!

Excited!

Excited!

The Gears!

The Gears!

Hello Fishes!

Hello Fishes!

Under the Sea!

Under the Sea!

Getting Ready for Helmet Diving!

Getting Ready for Helmet Diving!

Banana Boat Ride was fun too. Our eyes hurts like hell because of the sea waters splashing on our face.

Di Kumpleto and Barkada pag walang tanga!

Di Kumpleto and Barkada pag walang tanga!

Yehey!

Yehey!

Afraid!

Afraid!

We bought Pasalubong on our 2nd night too.

Some of the pasalubongs for sale

Some of the pasalubongs for sale

Firedancer!

Firedancer!

Day 3: Beach Bumming Day. Willy’s Rock. Jonah’s Fruitshake

Since this was our last day in Bora, we just went to
Station 1 for some photo ops and to visit the famous Willy’s Rock (Grotto) . This
is the rock formation that you will normally see for Boracay Postcards.

:)

🙂

Love Love Love!

Love Love Love!

Photo Ops!

Photo Ops!

Nelya Gandang hari!

Nelya Gandang hari!

Busy Station 1

Busy Station 1

:)

🙂

Willy's Rock at the back

Willy’s Rock at the back

Willy's Rock at the back

Willy’s Rock at the back

Haduken!

Haduken!

Grotto on Willy's Rock

Grotto on Willy’s Rock

With Mama Mary

With Mama Mary

The best fruitshake in Bora

The best fruitshake in Bora

We also let Neil try the famous Jonah’s fruitshake. He loved it!

It was an amazing adventure again for us. We all had fun! Will surely visit
Boracay again soon!

 

Ive been to Boracay multiple times. In fact this trip was my my 4th Boracay
adventure. Everyone who will see the white pristine beach of boracay will
definitely fell in love with it. The magnificent sunset with aqua blue sets of
clouds with flaming orange rays of sun saying goodbye is actually very stunning.

This trip was a homecoming trip to my college buddy Neil. We went to
Boracay last Oct 15-17 with my hubby and another college friend JP. Neil is
working currently in Dubai and this was his first time in Bora! We were all
excited as if it was our (JP,Tay and I) first time to kiss Boracay too.

While waiting for our Plane.

While waiting for our Plane.

Delayed Flight. Its more fun in the PH!

Delayed Flight. Its more fun in the PH!

Were disappointed with tiger airways. Delayed flights to the highest level with proper notification. Our flight was supposedly 2:20 pm and we left Manila to Kalibo at 4pm.

We score a round trip ticket worth P1600 only via tiger airways (Kalibo). Yes, it
was a piso fare! We booked our accommodation via Booking online Philippines
Inc. We got a budget friendly package of P1,265 per head (standard room quad
sharing) in La Carmela De Boracay for 3 days and 2 nights with free breakfast!
That was a good deal since La Carmela is a 3 star hotel in Bora which costs
around 3k per night for 2 pax only.

Here are the inclusion on their package:

*3 days & 2 nights 3 star room accommodation complete with toilet and bath
amenities
*Welcome Drinks
*Daily SET Breakfast for 4 pax
*Free use of Resort/Hotel Facilities
*Free WIFI Internet Access at restaurant & public areas only
*All taxes & hotel service charge included.

Not bad right? And the reservation officer Ms. Jonalyn L. Guyud was also
helpful. She gave us information about the time of the trip from kalibo to
caticlan.She always keep on checking too if we are all ok during the trip.

For Reservation and Booking you can call Ms Jonalyn Telephone: (+632)
8681541 Mobile : 09231675304 or send her an email
jhonabookingonlinephils@gmail.com . She will reply right away! Highly
recommended!

For Transportation from Kalibo to Bora, we got a ticket from Southwest Tours  (Tiger airways tied up with it, they got ticket for sale aboard) A convenient transpo to your Hotel in Boracay costs only P500. Shuttle Bus from Kalibo to Caticlan, Fast Ferry Boat from Caticlan Jetty Port to Boracay Island and Van to your hotel. It was a highly recommended transpo since they will take care of all the fees that you have to pay on the terminal such as the terminal fee (P100) and the environmental fee of P70. So all you have to do is wait,walk ride and that’s it.

Southwest Transpo! Highly Recommended

Southwest Transpo! Highly Recommended

Southwest's Fast Craft Ferry!

Southwest’s Fast Craft Ferry!

To Boracay!

To Boracay!

Welcome to Kalibo!

Welcome to Kalibo!

Kalibo!!

Kalibo!!

 

We arrived in La Carmela at 7pm, after we freshen up ourselves , we ate at Big
Mouth in D Mall. They got good tasting affordable foods prices between P100-
P150 . So budget Friendly.

Fresh na!

Fresh na!

Hello Boracay!

Hello Boracay!

 

Big Mouth's Sizzling Porkchop for only P140

Big Mouth’s Sizzling Porkchop for only P140

After we ate, we roam around station 2-1. Some of the resto got a good photo
area like the one in Pamana resto where they got life sized antique photo
frames.

Pamana's Cutee Attraction

Pamana’s Cutee Attraction

Pamana's Cutee Attraction

Pamana’s Cutee Attraction

After we roam around, we chose to had our night cap at Mint Bar. They got
Shisha with 1 flavor for only P400 . Their bucket of san mig light costs only
P250. We had fun jamming with the singers. We even encountered a drunk
foreigner who dance and dance all throughout the jamming session LOL

With the crazy drunk foreigner asking my hubby to dance with him LOL

With the crazy drunk foreigner asking my hubby to dance with him LOL

Goodtimes!

Goodtimes!

Neil the frustrated singer LOL

Neil the frustrated singer LOL

Shisha Time!

Shisha Time!

Shisha!

Shisha!

 

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