Saturday, December 13, 2008

Boracay beach and boracay girls

Boracay beach and boracay girls

I love traveling and seeing a lot of wonderful places, places where nature is beautiful and well preserved environment. I recently went home to my native country, the Philippines to visit friends and relatives. I haven't been home for so many years, but when I finally came back a lot of changes had happened.

Boracay is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and has been featured in so many travel magazines a place to see and enjoy. Boracay is just an hour away from my ancestral home. In the late 70's Boracay Island is only famous among the locals and Aklanons.

boracay babes by babebatch95.

Now, Boracay is so well known not only to the local Filipinos but to a lot of tourists as well. Progress in tourism and economic development has been abundant because of investments from local and foreign investors. Locals from the neighboring places and others towns are getting jobs from those hotels, resorts and bars owned by both locals and foreigners companies. Tremendous progress and development has been achieved since the late 70's.

I only have one request to all, please make Boracay clean and preserve the corals so our next generation can still have a chance to enjoy to see this wonderful place, truly a gift from nature. I hope the Philippine Department of Tourism will do a lot more to preserve this wonderful and beautiful place.

boracay-sexy-babes by travelboracay.

boracay babes; heheheheh by crash&burn.

Boracay '02_boracay babe by christa_storm.

Boracay Babe 5 by L3g0LaS.

Boracay Babe 11 by L3g0LaS.

Boracay Babe 12 by L3g0LaS.

Boracay Babe 8 by L3g0LaS.

DSCF0033 by flyseair.

Boracay beach and boracay girls

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Luxury but affordable Boracay Hotels - showcasing elegant living

Luxury but affordable Boracay Hotels - showcasing elegant living

Boracay is a beautiful tropical island in Philippines located at just an hour's flight from Manila. This island offers wonderful sites for water sports activities such as wind surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, jet skiing, boat tours, kiteboarding, and skimboarding. Some of the great attractions at this island include White Beach, Puka Beach, Baling Hai Beach, the Bat Cave and so on. With good people, friendly atmosphere, and great Boracay hotels, this island is drawing a large number of tourists every year.

Boracay is a beautiful tropical island in Philippines located at just an hour's flight from Manila, the capital city. It is approximately 315 km away from the south of Manila and one of the most popular tourist destinations of the country.

The main attraction of this island is its long white sandy beaches. These pristine beaches give a good competition to even the famous beaches of the neighboring countries. Boracay also presents an exciting night life. There are some great activities that can be enjoyed in this island after sunset. The pulsating nightlife here can be enjoyed in the bars and restaurants that serve great food and drinks.

boracay 113 by tapersteams.

boracay 003 by tapersteams.

Boracay island comprises of barangays of Manoc-Manoc, Balabag, and Yapak and is under the administrative control of the Philippine Tourism Authority in coordination with the Provincial Government of Aklan. Till the 1970s, this island was not a great place of interest for tourists. Tourism here began to develop in the 1980's and slowly this island gained popularity amongst backpackers.

At present, this destination holds great importance as a popular tourist attraction of one and all in Philippines. This island presents good facilities for water sports activities such as wind surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, jet skiing, boat tours, kiteboarding, skimboarding, etc. Some of the great attractions at this island include White Beach, Puka Beach, Baling Hai Beach, the Bat Cave and so on.

The nearest airport to Boracay Island is in Caticlan, which is just a short boat ride away from the island. This airport is served by several airlines, most flying from Manila. One can also reach this island via boats operated by MBRS. These boats leave Manila's port for Caticlan either once or twice a week, depending on the season. Buses are also available regularly throughout the day from Cubao, Manila for Mindanao, passing Caticlan. The journey takes about 12 hours.

There are many good hotels offering different facilities to suit the requirement and comfort of tourists. Some of the beach front hotels even offer lounge chairs to relax and lounge around. Discovery Shores, Fridays, Seawind Resort, Patio Pacific, Boracay Mandarin, Tides etc. are some of the good hotels in Boracay.


Thursday, September 4, 2008

Planning to go to Boracay During The Off-Season

Planning to go to Boracay During The Off-Season

Boracay is among one of the best beaches in the world. It is because of the great sand and clean waters that make Boracay a wonderful beach to relax. There are also lots of establishments there in Boracay that can make their experience better. The nightlife there during peak seasons such as holy weeks and all saints day is great because lots of people go to Boracay to have fun.

But what happens to Boracy during the off-season when the bad winds arrive? It may seem stupid for lots of people to go there when the winds are scary and the rain is pouring. Who would want to swim when the rain pours and makes you chill more? The rain will also make people think that it will dampen their merry night life. But here are some reasons why it is still ok to go to Boracay even if it is off-season. Here are some reasons that can help convince people that Boracay is great no matter what season it is.

Original Title: Boracay Sand
Author: igorms

1. It is cheaper to go to Boracay during the off-season. If you are on a budget it is the best time to go. The flights from Manila to Caticlan are cheaper. If you are on budget and have motion problems when riding boats, you can just go during the off-season because you can ride the planes and it can still fit your budget. The hotel accommodations and food are also cheaper, usually up to 25%.

2. The strong winds can help make an experience riding a Paraw or a special kind of sail more fun. For P500 you can be able to sail with two able-bodied sea goers. You can be able to enjoy cruising for an hour on the shoreline. You can be able to watch the crystal clear waters when sitting on the Paraw’s left wing while holding on the ship’s rigging for support.

3. The massage will be cheaper compared to massages in Manila. You can be able to get massages for only P350 in your own room and have coconut oil rubbed on you.

4. Surfing on a kite board is better on a windy day. It is called a kite board because the person will strap their feet onto the surfboard and will lasso their upper body to a 15-foot kite. Hoe can you be able to do that on a summer day without any wind? The price of kite boarding is around $200 because it includes trainers and P1, 000 per hour for the board. It is cheaper to pay this amount than pay for future hospital bills when you end up in an accident.

These are only a few reasons why Boracay is still a fun place to go to even during the off-seasons. I’m sure that you can be able to find your own reason why going there during the off-season is still fun.

nothin but water by Diane Czyrnik.

explore-may 26, 2008. thank you all very much!*

on boracay island, this is white beach. it is classified into the 3 stations: 1, 2 and 3. station 3 is the most populated with locals on vacation, 2 is where all the food, drinking, drunking and partying all night long are and 1 is this image above. stay in this area for supreme peace and quiet. now a days, i love station 1. where i can get my coffee in relax mode... i'll be the only one thats jumpy =)

no hdr image. i put it through photoshop layers and masks. thanks for the views... i'll be getting to all your streams tomorrow am. time for some zzzzzz's now...

Igor's Angels by igorms.
141 Worldwide company outing in Boracay.

The beautiful women of 141. And me. =j

Tattoo by Alvin Gumba Photography.

island hoppin' by Diane Czyrnik.

nothin but water by Diane Czyrnik.

23 by Diane Czyrnik.

Boracay by Diane Czyrnik.

Sunday, July 27, 2008

A day in the beach of Boracay - with sexy chics

A day in the beach of Boracay - with sexy chics

Imagine a day in Boracay --- immerse yourself in the delights of Paradise

Snorkel the pristine coral reefs. Search, discover and be enthralled by the colorful bounty of marine life that thrives in the warm crystal clear waters of the South China Seas - if you’re more adventurous a full array of scuba diving activities are available.

beach by pao casti.

Maybe relax the mid-afternoon away in the shaded Nu Nu treelined courtyard, where Nu Noos’ unique pagoda styled cottages offer modern comfort harmoniously set in a luxuriant tropical landscape- or lazily peruse the gardens and marvel at the intricacies of nature - or just doze awhile in the spacious bedrooms, enjoying that timeless ambiance enhanced by the cottages’ traditional native materials, such as woven palm leaves, rattan grasses, coco bark, tropical hardwoods and bamboo. All with the convenience of ensuite European-styled bathrooms.

As the sun's glare begins to fade, you may be tempted by a late afternoon swim or bike ride along the many picturesque jungle trails or you might simply prefer to lose yourself in the majesty of an ocean sunset.

As the sea breeze subsides and the warm tropical evening draws to a close, treat yourself and "Taste the Magic of the Orient" - select from our full range of island cocktails, expertly prepared from freshly picked exotic fruits.
Such a splendid day is sure to develop a hearty appetite, so you’re invited to try our Nu Nu seashore restaurant, a popular night spot, that delights diners with its nightly Nu Nu special Banquet, which boasts the best of the oriental cuisine. Savor the sea’s fresh harvests.
If you wish to finish the day on the upbeat - sample Boracay’s vibrant nightlife, set beneath clear tropical skies ablaze with a million stars. Evening till dawn offers an array of nightspots, including cozy bars, beach parties, discos and cultural shows.

When sleep finally beckons, perhaps order your favorite nightcap before retiring - rejuvenate before the dawning of another enchanting day in Paradise

From Manila by air :

Philippine Air Lines ( PAL ) operates regular daily flights to Kalibo, capital of Aklan Province on Panay Island (approximately USD60.00).
girl by Coffee8.

The on-going journey from Kalibo Airport to Caticlan overland takes about 1-2 hours, inclusive of flat tires, via the northern coastal road, which initially runs through pisturesque rice paddies prior to hitting the more mountaineous coastal section nearer Caticlan. The route is plied regularly by aircon buses (approximately USD5.00) direct from Kalibo Airport. Alternatively, each incoming flight is eagerly met by an ample supply of transport operators linking the airport directly to Boracay.

However, during the high season advanced booking is required to guarantee a seat. Alternative, but less convenient, flight destinations in Panay Island include Roxas and Iloilo Cities. PAL flies Kalibo to Cebu City 3 or 4 times per week for approximately USD35.00, one way.

The most convenient, but slightly more expensive routing to Boracay, is the direct flight from Manila to the small airstrip at Caticlan, which is just opposite Boracay, operated by the small private airlines, Asian Spirit ( Fax No. : 63-2-813 - 0183) and Pacific Air ( Fax No. : 63-2- 833 7692), who operate smaller aircraft on daily schedules (approximately USD65.00, one way). The smaller 6 to 50 seater aircraft fly at only 9,000 feet, giving the passenger a very scenic trip.

All internal flights depart from Manila's Domestic Airport which adjoins Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Allow a two and a half hour transfer peroid between arriving at one airport section and departing the other.
boracay beach by riverho.

From Caticlan it is just a short 20 minute hop over to Boracay by native outrigger.

A number of Manila tourist agencies, including Nigi Nigi Nu Noos booking office (Telefax No. : 63-36-288-3112) offer attractive package tours, with 3 or 4 nights stay in Boracay being typical inclusive of airfares, transfers and deluxe accommodation with breakfast. Such tours can be extended on a per diem basis - for those who wish to linger a little longer in Paradise.

beach by candygrl_28.

sexy girls

the puca beach by weirdox.

.... by My TwiStEd wOrLd.
I want to be a photographer by Pran Delicious.
Philippine T.V. actress/commercial model Angelica Panganiban taking pictures at the 2008 Boracay Open Frisbee tournament
IYA2 by switi.
All Alone! by hitosisfoto.
Passing the time away, writing love letters
in the sand... But the waves came and erased them all!
lovin the beach by tinbac.

A Girl's Journey by My TwiStEd wOrLd.
boracay fun by tinbac.