“HALO-HALO” FILIPINO DESSERT, FILIPINO FOOD, ETC.

Our last two days at the island of Boracay had been very hard to control. We were eating so much, because we were not doing some activity no more. We were preparing ourselves to go, so I guess it was better to not do anything that would make us both exhausted that moment.

So we became the worst eater. (Giggling) Every morning, we went directly to restaurant ate and drink as much as we can.  there was a time, I saw in the menu Filipino dessert called “Halo-Halo”.  I was so excited to eat, so I ordered it without knowing how big or small it was. My husband takes this Filipino food called “Crispy Pata”.

SEA WIND RESORT SPECIAL HALO-HALO

SEA WIND RESORT SPECIAL HALO-HALO

The whole last two days we had in Boracay Island; I started craving for some chips. It’s been a long time since I last ate chips, from Philippines. So upon telling my husband about it, we went directly to some small store located along the beach to buy some chips. We had three different kinds, and I enjoyed eating that for two days.  Happy and satisfied!

We also never forgot to spend our last days, to buy souvenirs for our family here in Czech Republic (My in-laws). We bought necklaces, earrings for our nieces, and specialized slipper for nephew. We never forgot to buy some alcohol made in Boracay Island called “Boracay Rum”for only 90 pesos. Awesome price! It doesn’t taste bad, according to my husband. He tried to taste it, to make sure that his family will love it or not.

We also didn’t forgot to buy some massage oil with different flavor. (One for me, and one for my mother in-law, because she loves it.) We also have a chance to buy some soap (Also different flavors) just to try.

MASSAGE OIL, COCONUT SOAP, AND SOAP MADE BY CARROT

MASSAGE OIL, COCONUT SOAP, AND SOAP MADE BY CARROT

So that is how our vacation ended. April 3, 5 in the morning our travel guide from  MyBoracayGuide.Com  arrived and picked-up us from the resort, send us to jetty port and then to Boracay Airport. At this time, I was thinking if we will have another delay of flights like what happened when we travel from Manila-Boracay.

Luckily, everything went smoothly and fine. Goodbye Boracay, and goodbye Philippines. See you next time again!

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