Twenty-Freaking-Five and Alive! The Perfect Weekend, Boracay, Philippines








Like a lot of Filipinos my age I've been to Boracay a couple of times, but I've never been compelled to write about the place - what else was there to say? I figured though that everyone's got a Bora story to share, so I might as well post mine as well.


This Bora Story is called The Perfect Weekend, and it happened a week or two after my Macau-Hong Kong trip and my epic bungee jump experience. One thing I had learned from my previous backpacking and whirlwind travel adventures was that "travel" and "vacation" are not the same thing - they might even be the opposite of each other. Traveling is fulfilling and can be immensely meaningful for sure, but with the desire to explore and discover strange new places doesn't come a lot of time to just...chill.


Since graduating from college I've done my fair share of traveling, but I must say that legitimate vacations have been few and far between. And our perfect weekend in Bora was probably the mother of all vacations.


We didn't do much during The Perfect Weekend, really: we strolled along the beach, hung out by the pool, went parasailing, partied a bit, ate a lot, did a little bit of shopping. Which was exactly the point of the trip - to do nothing, and to just relax.


Because sometimes, travelers need to get away on vacation too. :)


Boracay in the off season


It threatened to rain a couple of times...


...but mostly it was sunny and perfect!


Accommodations at Sea Wind Resort



Our Bora home for the long weekend


Nothing says "relax" better than deck chairs by the pool


Taken with my handy Lumix LX3!


Boracay street (or shall I say seaside?) food!








I'll end this with a customary Bora sunset shot



Sea Wind Boracay

www.seawindresort.net

6 comments:

Joanna Penaranda said...

Happy Birthday Daaaaeeeenee! Nice photos :)

JODYxBUFFY said...

"Because sometimes, travelers need to get away on vacation too."

Sometimes after an arduous backpacking adventure, I need a vacation to recover...

flipnomad said...

belated daene!

Migrationology said...

Looks great! I love your point, "even traveler's need a vacation." Looking forward to a few days of vacation in HK next week!

Arun said...

Happy birthday, belated. :)

Sometimes I take vacations between travels. When I am on the road for a long time, I just pause somewhere for a few days to relax. Gives me best of both worlds.

John said...

Beautiful pictures, I really like!

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