Tag Archive: Boracay

Philippines’ Beaches: What’s Not to Love?

The Philippines, being an archipelago, is dotted with innumerable pristine, sparkling beaches. Some white, others black, a few brown, and surprisingly pink too! We have beaches that are as fine as talcum powder… Continue reading

Romblon, PH

It’s a pretty lazy Sunday. So I opted to go through my Facebook photos and saw this Romblon album. It brought back memories of my stolen hard drive where all of my 2005… Continue reading

Why Travel?

On October 15, 2008 – I made my very first blog about why I got hooked with travelling. It was a Taglish write-up. And today, to celebrate theĀ 1st year anniversary of my travel… Continue reading

Bakhawan Eco-Park (Kalibo, Aklan, PH)

The province of Aklan gained world-wide recognition primarily because of the island of Boracay. But, aside from the enormous financial gains brought by the paradisiacal island through the years, this Visayan province has… Continue reading

Hinugtan Beach (Aklan, PH)

Found at the westernmost part of the province of Aklan is a quiet coastal town with natural wonders waiting to be explored. And if you adore off-the-beaten beaches and you are up for… Continue reading

Boracay (Aklan, Philippines)

There is a kind of serenity in love which is almost a paradise. Boracay Island – A palm-studded island with its stretch of white, talcum powdery-fine beach, temperate weather, warm, turquoise, crystal-clear waters.… Continue reading