Monday, February 20, 2012

Boracay 2012


Oh wow! So many things have changed since I last went to Boracay last 2006. It looks like almost every area in the stations are now littered with resorts and restaurants. Oh yes, tourist and activity guides are also plentiful along the area asking anybody who is not a local there if they will be interested in water activities and such.

Boracay is still beautiful and it is a good thing we did not go there during a packed season. They still have electricity problems if the usage is too much. But not to worry, generators are on hand to keep electricity on at all times.

Still, it is ironic why the government keeps accepting more and more establishments when Boracay itself cannot even cater during peak season. This itself is not an excuse.

I also was surprised that they now have a port. Quite different from when we first went there we had to dock near the shore. Now you can wear shoes if you want to since you won't get them wet once you arrive in Boracay because of their port.

There are so many things that have changed since 2006. Really. And so many things that you can do now compared to only swimming, strolling, eating and partying before.

One more thing ... Starbucks is there ;).

3 comments :

johny said...

I have lived on Tourism in Boracay for 15 years and loved the place so much i built cohiba. These are the Biggest and Best value for money apartments on the island period ! Every apartment has stunning sea views and 30m2 to 40m2 balconies with which to enjoy it. We are overlooking the windsurfing / kitesurfing bay where the season goes from November to april. Its either a great sport to participate, or great to just sit on your huge terrace and watch.Boracay apartments

disneyusa said...

hey. thanks for this tip johny. your resort looks great!

disneyusa said...

@johny: can we do a review of our experiences in your resort in exchange for accommodation for even 2 nights at least? lol.

my group is planning to go back to boracay because we have one more extra ticket each

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