Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Boracay, 2nd Day

Day two of our Bora adventure, as promised in my First Day at Bo-Rock-Ay post. :)

We partied during the first night without destroying our lungs so I'm happy to wake up in a different bed feeling alright, no hangover and the like. Starting the day with rumbling stomachs, the boys wanted to eat something heavy that we decided to take our lunch at the all-famous, the more the many-er Mang Inasal. Unlimited rice, fight!

Girls and boys while Vona's still asleep.

After this fulfilling brunch, we craved for something sweet and cold aka ice cream so we roamed around the area in search for the perfect dessert. We stumbled upon Halowich, situated at D' Mall Avenue and were astounded by this big ice dessert in a huge punch bowl for only P399!

Ailyn's birthday treat, three months delayed! Hehe, thanks girl! :*

Kagulo, seryoso, agawan at unahan sa ice cream!

This ice dessert can be prepared by anyone! Just be sure to have some crushed ice, vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup, evaporated milk topped with fruits, cereals and anything you want to please your taste buds. Me, I want to fill this bowl with lots of crispy pinipigs oohlalala~!

Station 2.

Ailyn and I badly wanted to have tan lines we sunbathed at around 3:00 pm under the sun's scorching heat. We also applied tanning lotion to achieve our goal but it looked like Coppertone is not that effective. No visible tan lines at all! 

 Lotty and I and our tanning lotion.

Pimping with ola mestiza, Ailyn.

Paisley-printed bikini top from Coco Cabana and purple bikini from Sunkissed.

Where's Mickey? Where's Mika?

Stolen shots with Lotty and Vona! Like! ♥

Time to get a tan!

At Cafe del Mar. Nope, that's not mine. :)

We drank during the late afternoon by the bay (moments like this, I truly love!). It did not feel like a Friday afternoon at all because there was no too much crowd. We expected people to rush in by the weekend, but oh well, expect the unexpected. Fewer people made the island more beautiful.  

Beach volley, again.

Beer and isaw!

While the others spent the early sunset playing volleyball, Paolo and I continued drinking and eating isaw (grilled chicken intestine), atay (grilled chicken liver) and barbecue!

And then suddenly, Johnson got lost! We didn't know exactly what happened but we couldn't all go back to the hotel because they key to our room was with him. After 20 minutes, he appeared somewhere! Whew!

Dinner at Villa de Oro.

The five of us had dinner at Villa de Oro at Station 3 while Ailyn and Donn had an exclusive date. Mushy much! We enjoyed our blue marlin, grilled porkchop and more! We talked about a lot of things too and forgot about the time... the time to party!

Happy couple Mark and Maro :)

On our way to Villa de Oro, a lady approached us and invited us to a ladies' night at their bar called Deja Vu. We liked the place, clean, big and not crowded and it's actually the cheapest place to drink and dance. First round of cocktails are for free, yay for Mai Tai and bottled drinks like San Mig Light, Red Horse and Tanduay Ice only cost P40! What a steal! :)

Ladies night turned into couples night!

With my forever date!

Eh hindi naman ako partyng-party na!

I already wore this maxi dress to Boracay last year as a coverup :)

Maxi girls!

Dougie + Tanduay Ice = fun night with my mars!

The DJ played such great songs!

Thug lovin'. Haha! :D

Bro. Flavius vs Bro. Hartmann. Mika and Monte, where are you guys?

End of day two. Time flies when you're having fun, but our time flew twice as fast than the usual because not only we had fun, we had new memories worth keeping. How I really, really wish we were complete, though. Day three coming up next. :)


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