Boracay 2013: Beach. Babes. Bikinis.

Spent 4 days and 3 nights with my Law school friends and classmates on Boracay Island. Having my friends around, especially in that kind of scenario, was so much fun! Did activities together, ate together, laughed together, and celebrated together — as it was a friend’s advanced birthday celebration. Laughters and smiles were more meaningful. Adventures were more exciting.

Arrived at the destination at a little more than 1:00 PM on April 29th. Had lunch first at Jona’s, which is famous for its refreshing shakes. I can’t really document everything that happened because it all went so fast. A blink of an eye. But we sure did enjoy every moment of this whole thing. But I gotta share that Flyfish was amazing. It’s a ride I really enjoyed. You can check it out on the internet. Also, I remember seeing so many familiar faces and acquaintances on the island. The world, indeed, is small.

What I enjoyed the most were these specific times I spent in the morning. I sat by the beach, with friends beside or not, listened to the sound of the waves crashing the shore plus Casey James’ Let’s Don’t Call It A Night–both sounds trying to overpower the other, but nonetheless, just the right kind of mix to me–the wind gently caressing my face… the blue-green ocean before me. Just savoring those moments because my mornings do not come like that always.

I’m officially broke because of this recent getaway. But it’s okay. ☺


One of those moments in the morning.


The famous Boracay sunset.


Caela tried cliff diving.


Fly fish.






While waiting for our turn.


With Jops, Veron, Dee, Iya, and Arcee.



With Ian, Kevin, Elaine, Dee, and Mj.


Our spot at Obama.


Fire dancers.


Our last day.


And then we had to say goodbye.

– ☼ –

And here’s Casey Abrams singing Simple Life.


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