Third Day (Part 2) – How we end our last day in Boracay

After parasailing, we went back to the hotel, took a bath and changed. We’ll have our lunch after. A late lunch. On our way, Tzen help me in removing my hair braid.

Where to eat? Kuya Benjie suggested Aquafresh Seafood and Chicken Inasal.

Happy people since its chow time!

Our lunch: calamares, kare-kare, sinigang na bangus sa miso and ensalada + rice

Souvenir shopping…

After lunch and souvenir shopping finally we have time  to relax and enjoy the beach. We rented skim boards to try skimboarding. Its 100 per hour.

Skimboarding (or skimming) is a boardsport in which a skimboard (a smaller counterpart to a surfboard without fins) is used to glide across the water’s surface. Unlike surfing, skimboarding begins on the beach by dropping the board onto the thin wash of previous waves. Skimboarders use their momentum to ‘skim’ out to breaking waves, which they then catch back into shore in a manner similar to surfing. Another aspect of skimboarding is ‘flatland’, which involves performing tricks derived from skateboarding such as ollies and shove-its on the wash of waves without catching shore breaks. Skimboarding originated in Southern california when lifeguards wanted an easy way to get across the beaches of Laguna. Skimboarding has developed since then to extreme riding into big shorebreak. – according to Wikipedia

Phen and John tried it. They tried but unsuccessful. Lol

Me and Tzen sat down and savour the view. I love the husband and wife shot wherein Phen is running and Tzen was looking and smiling. After the boys unsuccessful attempt on skimboarding they decided to return the board and we just swam and enjoy the salty water of Boracay beach. Precious moments.

Then after, La Carmela’s pool…

Then dinner…

It took us a while to finally decide where to eat. A lot of restaurants offering buffet at night. This will be our last night in Boracay. Early tomorrow will be leaving.

For a change we went for Filipino Food, Lol

Food coma! Not able to finish mine.

We end our day by a good massage. We availed the room service massage being offered by the hotel. Also I arranged with the front desk our shuttle service the next morning to the airport.

Expenses on Day 3  Php
Breakfast (set meal) at the hotel 145
Jonah’s fruit shake 110
Zip line 600
Parasailing 1500
Kalinga Buffet Dinner 250
Room service massage 350
Total 2955

*Does not include lunch (since I forgot how much, lol) and expenses on souvenir items.

4 comments on “Third Day (Part 2) – How we end our last day in Boracay

  1. Reblogged this on Make Something Every Day and commented:
    For my husbsnd. Because we both love a swim up bar…

  2. I love your entire Boracay post, I just wished you had posted Kuya Benjie’s number, I would’ve wanted to contact him to help us out in our activities. 😀

    This was very helpful as well as entertaining! Enjoy your next travels! 😀

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