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Paradise in Boracay Regency Beach Resort and Spa

Who needs a nice hotel when in Boracay? Seriously, who needs to stay indoors when visiting one of the most beautiful beaches in the world? Sun and sand, sea and dive, and practically anything outdoor that can be done under the tropical sun should be the concern when in the beautiful island Boracay. A nice hotel is an unnecessary expense because you SHOULD be out most of the time. You’d need only a basic place to stay for a short nap. Then go out again. Be a mermaid in the open sea for crying out loud. Just. Go. Out. Still, in case you’re looking for a place to stay in paradise, try the Boracay Regency Beach Resort and Spa. Continue reading Paradise in Boracay Regency Beach Resort and Spa

The Famous Calamansi Muffin of Real Coffee and Tea Cafe (Boracay)

There’s an abundance of food choices in Boracay. Which is just great, considering the expected heavy loss of calories after the endless physical activities during the day. And through the night. Visitors from the metro will immediately notice the disturbing fact that almost all, if not all, the major food chains and restaurants in the metro are now in Boracay. The reverse, however, is not true — you cannot find many of the home-grown Boracay food offerings back in the metro. Take the Calamanci Muffin of Real Coffee and Tea Cafe, for instance. Continue reading The Famous Calamansi Muffin of Real Coffee and Tea Cafe (Boracay)

When in Boracay: Be a Mermaid!

Beach, sun and sand — the perfect combination of these elements makes Boracay a world-famous beach destination. And if the beach is not enough, Boracay boasts of endless activities to occupy each precious second tourists spend on the island-paradise. Diving and parasailing are only a few of these activities, some of which you could see in our post on why we still love Boracay. But don’t you know that you can live your childhood dream of becoming a mermaid? Continue reading When in Boracay: Be a Mermaid!

5 Reasons Why We (Still) Love Boracay

So much has been written about Boracay, recognized as one of the BEST beaches in the world (yes, that’s a bit modest, because Boracay has been dubbed, in more than one occasion, as THE best beach in the world). And because we can’t speak for everyone, we’ll give (at least) five reasons why we still love Boracay. Continue reading 5 Reasons Why We (Still) Love Boracay

Aria Cucina Italiana in Boracay

The Aria Cucina Italiana, or simply ARIA, is “arguably the most popular and sought-after restaurant in Boracay since it’s inception in 2003.” Not only that. To bring the heat to another level, “a trip to one of the world’s most famous beach destinations is never complete without a visit to ARIA.” And those are not our words. Those are the statements of Aria itself. So the last time we went to Boracay, we dropped by Aria. Continue reading Aria Cucina Italiana in Boracay

Enjoying Smoke Resto in Boracay

Boracay is all about the beach, the sand and the sun. You don’t go here to primarily to enjoy food because you could practically eat anything when you’re in an island-paradise. But even people picky with their food will find what they prefer to eat in Boracay. Almost all major food chains are here. Greek, Persian, European, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Filipino and just about any palate grouping. You’ll find it in Boracay. Continue reading Enjoying Smoke Resto in Boracay

Boracay: The World’s Best Island

We’ve previously noted that Boracay is noted as one of the best and most beautiful beaches in the world. We’ve always considered Boracay an island paradise. Boracay didn’t make it to the top spot back then, but this time is different — Boracay has been voted as No. 1 in the Top 10 Islands for 2012. Continue reading Boracay: The World’s Best Island

Island Cool at Jonah’s Fruit Shake and Restaurant, Boracay Island

Fruit shake. You’ll find it almost anywhere, even in your friendly neighborhood food center. In the world-famous island of Boracay, you’ll find it in almost every restaurant. But what’s so special with this particular fruit shake, served in this small restaurant beside the white-sand beach of Boracay? Continue reading Island Cool at Jonah’s Fruit Shake and Restaurant, Boracay Island

Silent Night, Boracay

Each of us touched by Boracay has a special memory about this beach paradise. For non-divers, it could be the amazement of feeding fish while floating in the middle of the sea. It could be the fine white sand or various water (and air?) sports like the jet ski, banana boat ride and parasailing. It could even be as simple as the fresh seafood, the great fruit shakes or the sand castles with lighted candles inside. Continue reading Silent Night, Boracay