A Tour at Little Boracay

When was the last time I went out of town with friends? I guess the last one was on the second day of the Davao Food Appreciation Tour. As you all know, law school is a jealous mistress. It takes most of my time and even prevents me from leaving the city on weekends. I consider myself lucky for being one of the participants of DFAT 2013. Well, I had a good reason to cancel my study plans for that weekend and instead hang out with my fellow bloggers.

So, second day. We went on a sweet road trip to the beautiful Little Boracay in Sta. Maria. 



Taking a break from the busy life I have in the city felt so good. Aside from getting a chance to relax, I also had a good time with the people who love blogging like I do. 

Davao Food Appreciation Tour 2013 Participants at Little Boracay.

I would like to thank Ms. Joyce Mariscal of Little Boracay for welcoming us with open arms. She gave us a quick tour on the resort and allowed us to see their newly built rooms. Plus, she also served these:

Sinugbang Isda.

Tinolang Isda.

Kinilaw.

Did you know that these top Filipino dishes are perfect for beach outings? Since we were full from our late breakfast, we were able to take our lunch at around 2PM. We needed to leave the area before 3PM so I decided to just stay in the cottage and simply watch others enjoy their swimming activities. I really had a great time at the heaven-like Little Boracay. It's a paradise.

Little Boracay, Sta. Maria.

18 comments:

  1. what a beautiful place..It has been quite awhile since I headed for the beach....looking at the photos of little Boracay here makes me long for sand and seawater! love your smiles...it must have been so exciting being with people who love doing what you love too...:)

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  2. Algene, tulo laway ko pagkakita sa foods. Huhu.... Plus I miss beaches sa Davao, as in real beach. Kasi dito tawag nila sa lake is beach, kaso nilulumot naman.

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  3. waaah! What I miss the most! - fresh seafood cooked by the shore! *sniff* sniff* and the beach - take meeeeeeee!!!!

    glad you get a breather from your hectic school schedule! ;)

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  4. That is such a very relaxing place, sis! Truly worth exchanging with that study plan! Lol. Yes yes, you deserved such treat from the very hectic days of being in Law School!

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  5. That's good to know there is little Boracay in Davao.I love all the food and I miss it them all.

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  6. the beach, sinugbang isda and kinilaw is what i greatly miss about home! i do have tuna steaks here but nothing beats eating it at the beach... i miss home!

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  7. This little Boracay is gorgeous and spending a relaxing day or two with friends is just a treat!

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  8. I've heard so many good things about that place, it is indeed a gorgeous place, those food look good, i miss eating them.

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  9. oh wow, I so love that rocky shoreline, looks so peaceful and pristine, really a quiet and inspiring get away. love those foods too, especially the inihaw na bangus.

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  10. Boracay is one of the places I've been longing for. It's my dream to celebrate or have fun in Boracay, such a lovely place.

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  11. i c glentot - the escape Manila yun ah :) Wow sana ma explore ko rin yang little Bora na yan ng Davao :)Opps lastly, I want to say hi to all the members of Davao Bloggers- :)

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  12. The place seems okay, but i am not fond of beaches. But I will treasure na lang if ever the fellowship with fellow bloggers. I know quite a few who were there with you.

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  13. next summer's destination... bora.. with wife and son. plan pa nga lang. hehe

    thanks for sharing! :)

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  14. Ahh .. you made me crave for those foods and made me want to travel again and just explore a new place. Never been to Davao so I'm sure I'll enjoy there

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  15. Peaceful place and good food. Ahhhh. Take me there!

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  16. I wonder where it is exactly located, Algene? Is it by any chance situated in the Samal Islands? I have never heard of this breathtaking place before. And oh! The glorious foodies! It simply made me drool right here!!!

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  17. I love the beach! And food are so tempting! Must have been so fun to swim there!

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  18. wow, such a great experience I am sure. I love beach and the place looks really nice, thanks for sharing about this one. And the food, everything looks delicious tsaka miss ko na din. hehehe! :)

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