Where 2 go?
Another beautiful image of Boracay. This sign placed on a rock, can be found at Baling Hai. This is a fantastic spot on Boracay; beautiful, quiet and ehhhhh... beautiful... Well, you get the picture, I guess. There is also a small restaurant at the beach, were the food is lowered down 50 meteres from the kitchen!
Cros, bring it or buy it there
A Cros is good to bring to the beach, if you forgot bring it, you can find one shop over the shopping street in Stage 2. Waterproof camera is not a bad choice if you want to take a picture to the fishy.
Sailing and etc...
The place offers a whole lot of sport and beach activities, so there's no room for boredom. Sailing, paragliding, banana boat ride, flying fish ride, jet skiing, diving, snorkeling.....anything you could think of, its here. Or even if your not very keen on water sports, you can also play frisbee with your mates or if not beach volleyball. I've seen a Men and Women's rowing team, but i'm not too sure if its open to everybody who wants to join in.
On the other side of the island
The boat that you hire will take you around the island and from the other side you'll see the clubhouse of Fairways and Bluewater.
You can ask your boatmen to stop anytime to take a dip in the clear blue.
Gamal is the cousin of my "suki" and favorite talipapa shop owner Johaima. He personally makes the boracay style lamps he sells. We bargained so much, i ended up buying about 2500 pesos worth of sarongs, pjs and nightdress (for my mum). Saraong at about 110-130, Kids pajamas about 100, nightdress about 200. Small lamps at about 20-25