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Boracay Revisited 2020: Summary

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Missed some parts of Boracay Revisited 2020 ? Here's the summary of the Boracay Revisited 2020 series: Boracay Revisited 2020: Day 1 Boracay Revisited 2020: Day 2 Boracay Revisited 2020: Day 3 Boracay Revisited 2020: Day 4 Places worth checking out: White Beach Willy's Rock Diniwid Beach I do hope you enjoyed our 4-day stay on Boracay Island. Until the next adventure!

Boracay Revisited 2020: Day 4

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Boracay Revisited 2020: Day 4 Day 4 February 4, 2020 Good morning everyone! This is it, our last day in Boracay Island.  Another beautiful morning in Boracay Island. Last dip before going back home. Breakfast time! Gotta eat a hearty meal before our trip to Kalibo. We woke up early as usual to take the opportunity to do one more early morning dip before our complimentary breakfast at Diamond Water Edge Resort .  Bye for now Boracay! Rode this trike to Cagban Port After breakfast, we spent the whole morning doing the final preparations for our 7:40PM flight to Manila. We checked out of Diamond Water Edge Resort around 11AM. From the resort, we hopped on a tricycle going to Cagban Port . The travel fare for 3 adults and a child is 450 pesos. Boat fare to Caticlan Port - 30 pesos pax Terminal Fee - P100 Time to board the boat to Caticlan Port See you again Boracay! We then rode a boat from Cagban Port to Caticlan Jetty Port . We paid a terminal fee of 100 pesos and a boat fare of 30 pesos

Diniwid Beach - Aklan

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Located on the northwestern side of Boracay Island, Diniwid Beach is a serene, white-sand beach that is as scenic as Boracay's world-famous White Beach.  Diniwid Beach Diniwid Beach Details Diniwid Beach is a perfect escape from the touristy White Beach . It's definitely quieter, less commercial, and at times cleaner than Station 1-3 of White Beach.  Despite having a smaller beachfront than White Beach, it is still equally relaxing to stroll in Diniwid Beach . It's also a perfect place to watch the sunset.  If you're looking for some drinks, there are some bars here worth checking out.  You'll find this trail further north of Station 1 of White Beach Follow this trail to Diniwid Beach A little more before you reach Lambros Point Aside from what I have already mentioned, what I like about Diniwid Beach is its accessibility from White Beach, making an easy escape from the crowd possible. As a matter of fact, you can reach it by walking northwards from Station 1. At

Boracay Revisited 2020: Day 3

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Boracay Revisited 2020: Day 3 Day 3: February 3, 2020 Good morning everyone! Early morning stroll in Boracay Island It's our third and last full day here in the paradise called Boracay Island . So far, I have revisited several places that I've been to several years ago.  Swam near  Willy's Rock again My beautiful wife + the beauty of Boracay Tatay and Ella bonding   Today, I'm planning to check out what's beyond Station 1. However, before that, I'd join my family first for an early morning dip in the crystal clear waters near Willy's Rock.   However, my wife and daughter wanted to try out the Tala dance craze first, of course, being the ever-supportive husband and dad, I volunteered my services to record a video of them doing this dance craze.  Breakfast at Diamond Water Edge Resort More swimming time for Ella Ella and her Korean friend Like yesterday, we then took a dip for an hour or two before heading back to Diamond Water Edge Resort to freshen up an

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