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Boracay

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by Allegra, May 16, 2007.

  1. Allegra

    Allegra

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    Guys,
    Anyone recommend an inexpensive resort at Boracay?
    Pang student budget lang po
    Thanks!
     
  2. ppts799

    ppts799 Daisho

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    PM deenoh, he knows a place there.
     

  3. gundog

    gundog senior gunner

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    try sea wind, thats wer i stayed. has a pool kg ayaw mo swim sa dagat
     
  4. Alamat

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    Bora inexpensive place suitable for students:

    between station 2 and 3 there are plenty of small but new inns along the alleys perpendicular to the beach. i remember a couple along the alley going to the new talipapa if your coming from the beach at station 3. try going there in june wc starts ng low season, definitely maraming bakante and cheap na that time...
     
  5. jimbullet

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    If you are travelling during off season, I heard there are packages at P6k plus includes air fare, shuttle, accommodation for 3d 2n with seair and its partner hotels etc.
     
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    I recommend El Centro :suntan:

    Its a beachfront resort and as the name suggest it is in the middle of everything. Its very near the talipapa where you could buy fresh sea food at the food stalls and then have them cooked at adjacent restaurants for a nominal charge. It is also near D'Mall, big resorts and other must see/visit places in Bora. Contact number is (036)2886055 and 09176246471 just look for Nono (she's is a lady).

    BTW, the owner is my shooting buddy. He and his wife are also avid Glock fans.:)
     
  7. Allegra

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    Salamat mga braders!
    It's not for me , some of my student friends are planning to go and mejo limited ang budget
    Plano nga yata lumangoy from caticlan to station 1 :)

    Thanx for the info , masarap nga tumira dun permanently :)
    My only complaint walang mabiling gulay kahit sa Talipapa
     
  8. Allegra

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    How are the planes ng sea air pre?
    May phobia kasi ako sa planes haha nakikita ko pa lang yung prop driven planes nila ninenerbyos nako
     
  9. jimbullet

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    One thing I know, they got their best planes serving the routes to boracay, which is their flagship route and therefore a showcase. They boasts of getting to boracay with 35 min flying time.

    Besides, seair's planes are bigger than those I've tried under Asian spirit anyway.
     
  10. XXXyzledge

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    seair plane (32 seater) is ok!
    very fresh looking planes!
    hataw pa sa bilis! really gets u to bora
    in 35mins!

    wag lang yung 18 seater nila...
    amoy fuel, mainit, old plane, 105mins trip...