Elias Disney (who?)
Selfie with style (can’t help..)
Looking for me?
Tarzan live here
Beautiful morning to start… 26th floor Hyatt Regency
Trying the breakfast at the hotel.. so so only.. about RM100 per pax (not worth it unless you’re a big eater)
Looking for direction to get to Disneyland…
Check out the hanger.. Woo Hoo.. I am on the right track.
For those who said that Disneyland is only for kids, all I can tell you is “you’re wrong..!”
Going to Disney like going back to time, being a kid again.
Welcome to Disneyland!
This is only the front part of Disneyland, not yet inside.
Yup, Mickey is surfing on the whale
I was staying at True Home Hotel at Station 1 on the 4th day. Beautiful place, even I had to change room due to electrical failure. I wouldn’t let any small electrical failure to ruin my holiday…
Willy’s Rock… (no idea why it is name that way).
This is the main attraction, if you’re in Boracay, this is the one place you must be (at least once)..
From the distance…
Beautiful statue of Virgin Mary…
Virgin Mary cross the…??!!
Up close and…
Willy’s rock – The beauty that cannot be denied.. the best I seen so far
The sun, sea and sand…
Heaven on Earth… It’s hot but it’s worth it…
Even B&W looks stunning…
A little bit artistic shot… copyright reserved
Hobbits lives here… or maybe Indian…
Johnny’s personal favourite of the day… WAVE LA VIVA
Yellow lonely kayak…
Me and my shadow… and Joshua Tree (U2)
Stairways to Heaven… but I am in Heaven!!!
Interstellar… Christopher Nolan please step aside…
Not much on day one as I arrived in the afternoon where 6pm was already dark here.
Landed in Kalibo Airport (4 hours flight from K. Lumpur to Kalibo).
Have to take a cab for about 1 1/2 hours to the Jetty.
Another 15 minutes by ferry to Boracay.
Staying in Station 3 – Hey Jude Resort Hotel.
The island is divided into three main stations ( 1, 2 and 3).
After check-in, walking to find food…
Andok’s is like Philippine’s KFC nice when it is hot
Look who I met in Boracay; Mr. McD
Drop by Starbucks to get my “must-get-thing”…
View from breakfast
Sunrise on 20-Oct-2014
Sunrise – Fish eye view (Using sport camera)
The Sun, the sea and the sand…
Some photo editing to make the view looks blue…
Enjoying lunch at D’ Talipapa.
You can buy the seafood at the market and get the nearby restaurant (Plato D’ Boracay) to cook it.
Steam corn with cheese powder.
The sweet corn in Malaysia is better.
Dinner at Yellow Cab Pizza Co.
The Charlie Chai noodles was salty.
Best Seller – New York Classic Pizza (Nothing Special)
Conclusion / Tips
*Don’t expect to have a very good food here.
*Things are bit expensive here (A can of coke P40 = RM3.00). Double the price in Malaysia.
*There were plenty of tour guys in front of the hotel waiting to propose day activities for you. Choose wisely, you can ask for best rate!