It has been said the the sugary sands of Boracay is incomparable, and it really keeps me wondering how it became so fine and white from end to end. It's my second time it Boracay and unlike the first time where I was in a hurry to explore the whole stretch this time I decided to just enjoy the beach, the water and the company of a friend. As soon as we reached the shoreline from the resort located near D'Mall, I put off my sandal and placed it inside my net bag and walk barefoot.
Boracay shores shows different faces depending on what time during the day and night you are there. Early in the morning only few people waits for the sunrise. There were a number of joggers and some who does an even steps walking along the shores. There were some who does an early swim while others like us was just ralaxing and looking around.
It becomes a little crowded during mid-day when tourist were already awake and looking for places to eat breakfast or lunch. While late in the afternoon the crowd seemed to double maybe because the temperature has become bearable and many were waiting to witness the beautiful sunset.
At night Boracay becomes more alive because resorts and bars displays different "gimmicks" just to lure people in. From food, drink promos, fire dance, band playing music and others you can think of was there to entice people to spend their time and money for the rest of the waking hours.
|A very relaxing morning in Boracay|
|Early morning walk along the serene Boracay beach|
|You can buy fresh seafoods in the nearby market and have it cooked here|
|A relaxing afternoon along the beach of Boracay|
|Tourist leisurely walking along the beach|
|Boracay gets very crowded late in the afternoon|
|Sunset in Boracay|
|Boracay at Night|
Regardless of what time you were there, one thing for sure you cannot stop yourself from enjoying Boracay.