Good morning from a pretty exotic location I’ll be writing about soon. Wherever you are today, I hope you’re having as perfect weather as I am in this part of the world. And on behalf of everyone at Travelife Magazine, I’d like to wish you a great week ahead.
Travelife Magazine’s stellar June-July 2011 issue is now in production and this will be out on the news stands on or before June 15. So you still have a couple of weeks to pick up our wonderful summer special edition (Travelife April-May 2011) at the stores before it sells out. We’ve just again replenished our magazines at many book stores since they’ve been selling out very quickly….
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For those in Cebu who wants to go to Boracay and spend an early summer, this is your chance to book a cheap flight to that exciting destinations. For international travel, Airphil Express also trimmed down their Manila to …
Publish Date: 12/14/2011 17:30
After spending such a good time in paradise, here we are greeted by an ugly airport just to be able to catch our flight back to Manila… old boracay airport 4. We don’t have to worry anymore. Because guess what??? Yes! … Resort & Spa and Discovery Shores, their lounge area are located at the second floor. I didn’t take a peek inside anymore as I stayed in a different hotel :). new boracay airport 4. That’s my good news for the day! Now, book your flights to Boracay! 😀 …
Publish Date: 12/13/2011 18:00
Categories. Jobs · Latest News · Cebu Pacific Airlines: Book Promo Fares, Seat Sale, Flights Schedules … The airline also added daily flights from Manila to Kalibo (January 2, 2012) and from Cebu to Caticlan (December 21, 2011-January 4, 2012), to accommodate the influx of visitors to the island paradise of Boracay, one of Asia’s top beaches. Meanwhile, those going home to visit family and friends will find CEB’s additional daily flights between December 21, 2011 …
Publish Date: 12/08/2011 22:38
As I mentioned in my previous blog, one of the best thing about the island is that you can book flights and hotels on the grid. Kudos to … This hangar serves Manila(- hour or less) / Cebu to Caticlan and vice versa. So what I …
Publish Date: 12/15/2011 20:24
How to get to Boracay Island. Book your flight. From Manila, there are five airlines to choose from: Philippine Airlines (PAL); Cebu Pacific Air; AirPhil Express; South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR) – Telephone No. +632 849-0100 …
Publish Date: 12/01/2011 6:02
Flights to Manila Booking. loading; 13; RSS. Ranked #5168 in Travel & Places, #161228 overall | Donates to Squidoo Charity Fund … Flights to Boracay from Manila to Kalibo arranged by WOW Philippines Travel Agency. …
Publish Date: 10/07/2011 5:13
Fortunately, the world abounds with beautiful beaches, and Flight Network has put together a top 10 countdown of the ones that we believe should be on your “must visit” list. And isn’t it time to start planning your next beach vacation? #10: Anse …. To get to Boracay, you’ll need to fly to Manila and then take a domestic flight on an airline such as Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, or Asian Spirit. You can actually fly direct from Canada to the Philippines on Philippine …
Publish Date: 12/15/2011 15:21
A flight from Manila to Boracay can double during peak season which is from December-May. So, if you have flexible vacation days it would be best to book a Boracay flight during the off season to save you a substantial …
Publish Date: 11/28/2011 6:22
P88 Manila to Cauayan (Isabela), Laoag or Roxas … P388 Cebu to Boracay (Caticlan), Clark or General Santos … Cebu Pacific Promo Fare 2012 – PinaSaya Promo 2012 Don’t delay and book your next flight now as Cebu. …
Publish Date: 12/07/2011 19:34
Clark to Macau or Hong Kong P688 Manila or Cebu to Hong Kong P888 Manila to Macau P1,088 Manila to Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai or Taipei P1,488 And the Travel Period: Feb. 1 – Apr 30, 2012. TO book your flight …
Publish Date: 12/13/2011 19:10
It was getting past midday and my flight to Boracay was after 230pm so Arcelle kindly helped me back to my hostel and I jumped into a metered taxi to Manila airport (which is different to Clark airport). Lily pond inside Fort Santiago Park · Arcelle and Pasig river. As my brother, Dave, … aborder is from Newport, Isle of Wight UK, United Kingdom. aborder’ picture. Send a message; Add as favorite; Get email updates; Turn blog into a book; Print this blog; Share; RSS …
Publish Date: 12/07/2011 0:00
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Publish Date: 12/05/2011 0:11
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Publish Date: 12/05/2011 17:32
Cebu Pacific promo for all domestic flights airplane tickets are now cheaper than ever yet again. This time Cebu Pacific is coming out with another promo for those who want to travel from Manila to Boracay (Caticlan). …
Publish Date: 12/12/2011 20:38
I spoke to a few people before I travelled to Boracay, discussing my concerns but we came to a conclusion, there would also be cultural travellers as well as party travellers in Boracay. Luckily, I met a few cultural … We chatted while we waited for our delayed flight then chatted more when the flight landed. I had no idea we circled …. I packed, slept for a little then left to jump in a tricycle for a king day of travelling back to Manila by bus and boat. I was sad to say goodbye …
Publish Date: 12/08/2011 0:00
Categories. Jobs · Latest News · Cebu Pacific Airlines: Book Promo Fares, Seat Sale, Flights Schedules … The same travel period applies to P488 seats from Manila to Calbayog, Catarman, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Legazpi, Naga, San Jose (Mindoro), or Tacloban; from Cebu to Boracay (Caticlan) or Tacloban; and from Davao to Iloilo. P688 seats are also available from Manila to Bacolod, Boracay (Caticlan), Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Coron (Busuanga), Cotabato, Davao, …
Publish Date: 12/09/2011 19:55
Promo of course is much cheaper but in case you cannot wait for any CEBU PACIFIC Promo then its okay to book your flight with this affordable fees. For Php 488 Airfare Manila to San Jose (Mindoro) Cebu to Bacolod … For Php 788 Airfare Manila to Laoag, Puerto Princesa, Roxas, Tacloban or Tagbilaran Cebu to Butuan or Davao Davao to Iloilo. For Php 1088 Air Fare Manila to Boracay (Caticlan) or Dumaguete Cebu to Boracay (Caticlan), Clark, General Santos, …
Publish Date: 12/15/2011 17:36
“Beautiful Boracay and Zestless ZestAir” Sharshar’s photos around Boracay, Philippines
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Entry from: Boracay, Philippines
Entry Title: “Beautiful Boracay and Zestless ZestAir”
“The white sand beach in Boracay is the number 7 of the top 10 Beaches of the world according to Yahoo. I think they are biased towards beaches in the states as three are outside of the states. From my beach experience, it was the best natural beach I have been to. Miles of soft white sand with the beauty of the turquoise ocean by its side. Truly breathtaking.
Traveling to Boracay from Manila is without a doubt an adventure. We flew out of Manila to Caticlan, then took a tricycle to the banka boat dock. We took the banka across the small stretch of sea to the Boracay dock. While on the boat it began to rain. When we docked at Boracay I was glad for the first time to see porters to help carry our luggage off the boat. The porters are everywhere, always willing to carry your bags…for a price. Then followed another tricycle ride, this time a wet one, to our hotel. Thankfully everything was in order there and we checked in easily. Kim and Sandy met us and showed us to our room which was classic and inviting, especially since I was half drenched.
After changing into something dryer we danced through the raindrops to Jony’s. They have great shakes and food. By the time we were done eating the skies had dried and we met a wonderful man named Rod. We made arrangements with him to tour around the island on his boat. He was a godsend for the rest of our trip. He helped us arrange other activities, find bolos for the boys in my family and took so much time out of his day to help us get the permit we needed to take the bolos back on the plane. He was truly fantastic!
We meandered down the beach and browsed through D*Mall. D*Mall is more of an open aired market, but with stores/shops on either side. There are many things to see and countless places to eat. There are vendors galore all calling to you: “Yes, Mum, souvenir” “Yes, Mum, pretty pearls”. Tongue in cheek, they are extremely attentive. 😉
Our first full day began with a lovely breakfast served beside our room. Then we headed out into the wild blue yonder to sail around the small island of Boracay. Our captain was Larry, with Marlin as First Mate. We passed Crocodile Island before stopping to snorkle. I saw Angel fish 5 inches tall and little Clown fish. We bought Buko juice, which is the juice that is inside the coconut. We stopped at Puka Beach, which is a lovely coarser sand beach before heading back. The rest of the day was spent lounging and sunning before stopping at one of the mulitude of restaurants for dinner. At around 4:30pm the restaurants unroll out onto the beach for an amazing evening ambiance. It is truly a wonderful way to eat.
The excitment of the second day consisted of quality beach time and a reef walk. You wore a diving helmet on your head and the oxygen was on the surface. The guide gave us food to feed the fish. They came a running when then smelled the food. We saw parrot fish and cute little black and white fish.
Our last day was spent enjoying the beach, parasailing and then following Rod all around as he was so kind as to help us get a permit to take the bolo knives back to Manila. It was quite the process and before we were done we had been to see the Mayor! Finally that was taken care of and off we went on a tricycle to catch the banka to catch the plane. All was well until they announced that all passengers on Zest air were being transfered to the Kalibo airport. The Kalibo airport is an hour and a halfish drive away! So we all boarded the bus and watched the rice fields and Karibao (cow) go by. Once there we rechecked our luggage and boarded the plane. We found out that we had be relocated because of the lack of floodlights on the runway for afer dark and the multiude of planes that were to board before us. So the moral of the story is book your flight before 4pm!”
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Photos from this trip:
1. “Buko Juice Guy”
2. “Jony’s Food”
3. “Reef Walking”
4. “Tricycle Ride”
5. “White Beach”
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