Good Morning Boracay!
We woke up with a lil bit of drizzling.. Guess it rained quite heavily the night before though.
Today is the last full day in Boracay! Make full used of today! Ariel’s Point! ATV rides! Zorb! We wanted to do everything today…! Took a tricycle to the ticket counter for Ariel’s Point at Station 1 and was told the whole Ariel’s Point was closed due to the weather. EMO! Means no cliff jumping… feel so incomplete because that’s one of the must do in Boracay. Hmmm! And that’s not the worse, the tricycle man try to sabo us for some other activities with sky high price.. and… he said the ride from our villa to station 1 cost around 300 peso!! SO WTF. Because we always use tricycle from our villa to Station 2 (which is further than Station 1) and it only cost us 100 to 150 peso. RAGE! We demand to change tricycle but he kinda refuse.. still keep trying to sell us some expensive package. Dude! You are the only one that pissed us off in Boracay. So far everyone in Boracay is awesome! In short, we still manage to got down from his tricycle and look for a better deal. We met this guy whom we met the day before at the convenient stall selling us travel packages.. From ATV rides to Mount Luho, D Talipapa and return transportation with tickets only charged us 1000 peso per person! Nice!
Its a lovely journey with the locals mingling with us. We arrived at the ATV ride thing. Not too bad but some part of the route is closed… so our route is shorter.. HAIH! Just don come during monsoon season.
Anyway! Here we are! ATV ride is fun! The only thing is… it will be better if we can race and speed. Hahahahahhaha!
Next stop is Mount Luho! Its like a viewpoint over the whole Boracay Island. Beautiful and Breathtaking!
We were taking picture half way and it suddenly rained.. so heavily.. So we can only hide under some hut and wait until the rain stop.. with our wet ATV.
We wanted to try Zorb which is located at the same place but it was closed as well. Hmmmm!! Haih.. that’s it.. Just go to D’Talipapa for lunch I guess..
Because of the rain.. the road is flooded still.. the driver will tease us like.. :” ONLY IN BORACAY”.. It feels like we were doing some water taxi in the safari. But the journey is a good one. The guide is friendly and helpful.
We reached D’Talipapa and he recommended us to try the Seafood.. one of the thing tourist will do when they are here!
So this is how it works.. This is a wet market in the middle of D’Talipapa. And around this wet market there is rows and rows of restaurants. HOWEVER, the restaurants do not have any seafood.. you have to buy from the wet market and bring them to the restaurant for them to cook. YES. ALL of the restaurants there operate like this…
AND the seafood is freaking expensive.. we tried to bargain but its still too expensive. End up we choose to abandon this place and go hunting for food else where. Sad to say most restaurants are just some cooking station so we have to walk further up to some lousy restaurant for lunch.
Not impressive at all. Just one picture to show you the Grilled chicken. That’s the most edible one. Others were like shit. Hahaha!
Buko means coconut.. should be.
So we continue to explore D’Talipapa for some souvenirs. Souvenirs are so much cheaper here as compared to D’Mall.
Came across this very small convenient stall that sell a lot of local products.. we bought quite a lot of local products here to bring back home..
And they sell cakes and bread too. 5 peso only! Its like less than RM 0.50 for a piece of cake. We had banana cake and pineapple cake..! Yums!!
Liquor… less than RM 10. Hahaha!
After souvenirs hunting, we went to white beach area and hunt for some cheap massage. They say massage is a must try.
We found a massage package.. full body massage for RM30 only. Its quite a good deal.. not too impressive because I dont really fancy massage but I think its better than our local one.
So Mandy, Azraai and I finished our massage first.. we went to explore the beach since it was just opposite it…
Hello White Beach! you are beautiful too at night!
I think if i were to visit Boracay again, I will definately stay at Station 2 along the beach
Sky is turning dark so we went back to the street.. some random locals tell us we should try this famous cafe just beside the massage parlour.. They said its reviewed in the travel guide and a lot of celebrities came. So… here we were..
Its called REAL coffee. Its located exactly beside the massage parlour of ours..
Look at the interior, simple, classic, and with lots of autographs.
We had the signature real coffee and the best seller coffee..Together with this — THE CALAMANSI MUFFIN
Surprisingly, it taste really good. Not too calamansi like how you imagine. Instead, its buttery with a light aroma of the calamansi. Yums!
We were enjoying ourselves until we forgotten the others.. by the time we are done with our coffee and muffin, they left already.. So we walked along the street and out of sudden… someone running out from a bistro and tell us our friends were inside. Take a look properly its our tour guide for the ATV ride this morning! He saw our friends inside the bistro and he saw us passing by so he immediately ran out to inform us. SO sweet of him!
So we ended up chilling at this bistro, chit chat until late..
Explore D’Mall for one final time before we call it the day.
So the next morning… we gathered at 9am to do the 3 hours journey again to Kalibo airport.. Byebye Boracay! We should have come during the right time. You are just so beautiful!
Tips to Kalibo Airport : Please go extra early.. the airport is so small and so crowded and they are kinda lack of system. Even during Monsoon Season where crowd is lesser.. we are really having a hard time squeezing through the crowd and queue for freaking damn long for everything. I thought cambodia airport is scary.. this one is like 10 times scarier. Hahaha!
Anyway… dogs are really cute in Boracay!
We laughed throughout the whole 4 hours flight home! Time pass very fast when you laughed. Until jaws also painful d.Til then Boracay!
Read More :
Day 1 : Things you need to know about Boracay
Day 2 : Wet Boracay