There hasn’t been a guest blogger on “Philippines Plus” for quite some time now. However, to kick off the New Year, we have a remarkable tale from our 11-year-old nephew, Jorealle. The young man had a homework assignment during his recent Christmas vacation. His task? Write a blog post. So let me step aside and have the lad himself tell you Jorealle’s Story: “I Love My Life.”
“Beguiling, Bewitching Boracay Beaches” features some of the most beautiful sunsets I ever witnessed in my lifetime. My lovely asawa (wife) and I, along with two nieces and a nephew, visited Boracay again this past April. This pocket of paradise in the central Philippines is a small island known for its White Beach area and resorts. The sunsets we viewed at Boracay last year and in April were absolutely stunning.
During a recent vacation in the Philippines, we visited a gorgeous white sandy utopia to escape the slimy green algae along Boracay’s famed White Beach area. “Paradise Found:Puka Shell Beach Boracay” was the highlight of a three-hour island hopping excursion we booked with Diamond Water Sports.
Boracay’s ‘Black Eye’: Slimy Green Algae Covers Beaches” relates the impact algae had on our four-day vacation in “paradise”. My asawa and I, along with two nieces and a nephew, recently visited Boracay, touted as one of the best beaches in the world.
I come from German stock. Consequently, when I opened the menu for the eatery we had stopped at I realized I was in for an “El Nido Culinary Adventure: Marbers.” One whole page of the menu was dedicated to German cuisine.