It was through Ivan where I got a few tips about Bora. I immediately asked him about the activities they were planning to do and island hopping was one of them. Since this involves renting a boat, I thought joining force would be a good idea. Glad they were enthusiastic to share the experience with me and my wife. And so, on a sunny monsoon season of September, we went island hopping BORACAY.
We took the tricycle from our accommodation in station-2 to Bugabog area the opposite side of long beach for 10 pesos each.The scene in Bugabog was similar to that of the movie 300 (Spartans). While the long beach is seemingly quiet, all the boats are on the opposite side. (Remember the persians in the movie when some of the boats sank because of the storm? Then the Spartans discovered that a whole lot of them are stationed on the other side? That's how it felt like. I was surprised at how many boats were stationed in Bulabog area and at how many tourists flood that side of Boracay to ride those boats for island hopping and for other sea activities.Bugabog is the side where most sea attractions are taking place including scuba diving and para-sailing.
Coming up, luxury accommodation!!!!:D