Another day has passed and this time we wanted to make sure that nobody will scam us or do something bad in our stay at Boracay; so we did called the “MyBoracayGuide”, to set everything for us. That day we went to three different places at Boracay Island.
Our first stop was at “Mt. Luho”: First thing we did was took photos with “Philippine Eagle” on our arm. Then we walked and discovered the whole are, passed through all the bamboo bridges, etc., and then after that; our guide shows us the beauty of Boracay. We went to the top, and from there it’s pretty amazing. The place was absolutely fantastic, and I think it’s worth paying for that tour.
Next spot was a huge park (I forgot the name,, sorry ;(..) There was my first time to actually touched and saw a huge “Bat”.
For the first time, I thought we will just go somewhere with some good views, but this time it’s kind of wild. All I can say was.. wow! :-) I was so scared to touched it, because it’s absolutely big, and the wings? Oh my.. it was so wide. Well, let our photo speak for me. :-)
One other thing that catches my attention was this bird nest and cages looks like a jet-ski. :-) Cool! And this lovely bird. :-)
We headed to our next destination at “Puka Beach”. It’s quite small, but there you can actually experienced different types of sand. Well, I didn’t tried to actually stepped on the sand because without slippers, I would probably burned my feet. (Giggling) The sand has this natural beauty of Boracay shells, they were cute. There are also shops, for souvenirs and dresses. Well, I must say, they have cheaper in that area unlike at White beach. (I didn’t buy any dress, even though they are cheaper :) ) Well, we bought one souvenir, and it was cool.
When we stepped at Puka Beach we actually have our privacy. Our guide told us to go and look around, then we will meet up after 40 minutes. So we did have a chance to grabbed some shakes at the restaurant. Speaking of, they only have two restaurant in that area, but enough for just few people going and explore the Puka Beach.
We enjoyed our Boracay Island tour. It cost us only 2,000 pesos (MyBorcayGuide) plus they were also taking photo using their own camera, and they will send it to your e-mail, if you have one. :-)
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