Boracay is a place you will love and hate at the same time.
For the sake that to say “Hey, I’ve been to Boracay!“, I tagged along with Kareen for the weekend. We didn’t stay near Station 3, instead, we stayed at the opposite side of the island. It was a long walk away from our accommodation to the beach. Like an estimated 5-10 minutes, depending on your stride. But who’s complaining if you got this view:
Our room comes with a kitchen, en suite, a small table where we were supposed to eat, an extra bed. The room isn’t shabby and it costs us ₱1,500 per night.
I’m not much of a party person but I love the location of our hotel. It was so serene and we got the best seats on the beach to watch the sunrise.
Ever since I witnessed the beautiful sunset of El Nido, Palawan, catching nature’s wonders is now part of my travel mission. I was in awe of Boracay’s sunrise when I saw it with my sleepy eyes.
It was a fiery one. So I had my moment. It helps that I’m the only one sitting on the hotel’s lawn hammock. I snapped a few photos and soaked in the beauty of the sun. There are some moments you don’t need to take a photo of. You just have to bask in its beauty and immortalize the picture in your memory.