Again, one of the most incredible sceneries of my life, ruined by tourists. Hotels dont give you almost no idea and some tourist attractions are a bit of a theater in my opinion. Both are still pretty rural and pristine. Canceled and delayed flights are always am issue, I agree that these need to be fixed but having been a victim of these situations, one can only blame poor weather conditions and manila airport. I had an experience before of meeting some local kids in the area who were so friendly and even let me borrow their small boat…boracay has a lot of things to offer.
When you said they were yelling, no they were not. Most of the riders were college students; many, such as the Episcopal clergymen and contingents of Yale divinity students, had religious affiliations. For your own publicity and congratulation because you have actually get what you want. I was a resident of Boracay for 6 years. There was even a small swamp in the middle of the island.
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This IS peak season, in fact peak season started in November. They were so spirited and so unafraid. I live there about half the year. The two-year-old stares around in stunned amazement. As what everyone here said, December is a peak month, yes it is. But like all tourist places, consumerism was bound to happen. If you walked a little further from Willys Rock thats the name of the rock behind you in one of your pictures theres a part of the beach that has no beachfront hotels and restos.
Like all the themed areas, they pull it off. It is not a beach where you can go alone and be peaceful. Filo based overseas here. I visited other places in the Philippines and they were nothing like Boracay. Mug shot of Freedom Rider Miller Green. Next time, get your facts straight and scour every inch of your destination before you start putting things up in the internet. But always know the purpose of your travel: