The constant thing in life is change, and through the years, one place which has undergone tremendous change is the island of Boracay.

The first time I went there was in 1989, and I must say it was a far cry from what Boracay is today. Back then, it was all stretches of sand and sea. When I revisited the island in February 2011, I was surprised to find how industrialized it has become: ATMs, convenience stores left and right, and a paved road close to the beach!

Deciding where to stay in Boracay is pretty easy, as there are numerous options to choose from. You could stay in an affordable apartelle, or in one of those swanky resorts by the shore.

Despite the enormous change Boracay has gone through, it is still a beautiful place worth coming back to…over and over again. It will always be for me, a slice of heaven here on earth.

This Post Has 19 Comments

  1. Algene

    Boracay. One of the reasons why tourists love the Philippines!

    1. Donna Jane Marcuap

      I did AGREE πŸ™‚ the white sand πŸ™‚

  2. would you believe, i live in the visayas and i have never been to boracay? hahaha my trip always gets cancelled that’s why. and hubby is not so fond of it so we have not scheduled a trip there.

    1. Algene

      My friends have visited Boracay na pero I never had the chance πŸ™ Gusto ko ring pumanta dun! Good luck sa inyo ni Hubby mo!

      1. Donna Jane Marcuap

        Going to places wherein artists and foreigners go… For sure it costs a lot ^^

  3. Ricalyn Kalinisan

    if ever naman na magpunta tayu jan . it will take so MUCH happiness . haha πŸ˜€

    1. Donna Jane Marcuap

      Well, that’s true Rica.

    1. Donna Jane Marcuap

      even if you’re still young you can πŸ™‚

    1. Donna Jane Marcuap

      well, what about Renzo ? who’s Renzo huh? nand2 ba xa sa article ? πŸ™‚

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