The following photographs were stolen with our MacBooks, so if ever you see them anywhere beside my Facebook account and this blog, let us know ‘coz we’re still looking for suspects. Haha. (Kidding, we’ve let that issue go and have forgiven the bad people, just for the record.) That said, I’m glad to have backed these up by uploading them on Facebook. Don’t you just love how the world wide web can become your personal Time Machine sometimes? (:
Moving on. The thing is, it’s impossible to come home from Boracay without an SD card loaded with lots of memorable photographs of the sunset, the skies, the ocean, the white sand, and the fire dancers. And you don’t have to be an expert to take beautiful photos; anywhere you point your camera lens to is simply picture-worthy! Ok, I’m going to shut up now and just let the photographs do the
talking blogging story-telling.
Getting to know Boracay: Taking lots of photos by the beach on our first night, lots of walking and scouting for good food, and feasting on some yummy Gelato! (:
Island-hopping: Photo session at Cove Island, swimming at Puka Beach, and some snorkeling. We looooved the Puka Beach, a secluded island with hardly any commercial establishments, just a boat ride away from the main beach front. It’s the only place in Boracay we actually got to swim at all! I really wish we stayed longer there.
Sunset; and getting a glimpse of the Boracay night life: We’re not really into bar-hopping, but we did enjoy walking by the beach under the moonlight, and watching the fire dancers somewhere at Station 2. But the highlight of our last night there would have to be that early dinner by the beach at sunset. We used to just dream about these things, and now we’re actually living them!
Boracay was truly a beautiful experience for us. Staying there 3 days was just right for us though, we would have gotten bored if we stayed longer haha! We loved the beach, the sand, and the food, and being away from the city for a while to just rest and relax. But mostly I loved doing all of these with David. I’ve always enjoyed my travels, but the thought that I’m never going solo again makes me look forward to exploring places—with a permanent travel buddy—even more. :)