|Goodbye, Manila! Off to Kalibo!|
|Never miss Uncle Chin's Chicken when flying with Airasia :P|
|Quick boatride to Boracay Island|
Arrived around 1 in the afternoon but since my host still got a meeting somewhere. I took the opportunity to eat as I was super starving. Thank heavens for Mcdo and Leylam's Shawarma. Lunch solved.
|first glimpse of white beach Kiddos and their lively band|
My host picked me up after her meeting and we went straight to her house which is by the way, a gorgeous 2-floor Mediterranean house just behind station 3. Awesome! I just changed clothes and went straight to the beach.
|I don't know how you did it but you were goood! awesome talent!|
|Beautiful sunset colors.|
Either I eat out.....
or cook my own food.
but most of the time, I cook my own food or eat at Pancake House, Mcdo, Hobbit House, Mesa or the more affordable Andoks.
|Beachin hard with Ate June.|
and some more beachin. I came her to relax anyway.
|Fave spot! @ Station 3|
|Boracay pre sunset|
|Sunset at Diniwid Beach|
|Afternoon chillin at Nui Nigi Nigis|
I usually end my day with cheap buy one take one drinks at Red Coconut (my favorite!),Nui Nigi nigis, exit bar and a few bars I couldn't even remember. #noimnotalcoholic
|L-R: Me, Ate Sweet, and Jul|
Amazing that my long time online friend, Ate Sweet was also in Boracay! We've been friends online since 2010 (?) I can't even remember but yea we've just met after yeaaaaaaaaaaaars and years! My favorite Ate in the whole www!
And yes my newly wed cousins were also in Boracay for their honeymoon so yay! I spent my last day in Boracay with them.
|I wouldn't mind spending hours under the sun.|
|Nasi Lemak was good! I wasn't able to try the Korean Beef Stew cos I gave it to my friend, Drey, who willingly waited and drove me from NAIA T4 to Quezon City. You are awesome, Drey!|
I can't get enough of AirAsia meals. I love it!
It was a week of pure relaxation and having fun. Seven days practicing the art of doing nothing!
It was a nice getaway despite the storm delaying my flight back to Manila for five hours.