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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Boracay in Cebu, Philippines

 Boracay in Cebu

Malapascua Island has a great line of beachfront with fine white sands. My cousin was obviously enjoying  the sand and instead of making the ordinary sandcastles she made her very own style. We were hanging out at the beach side last night and we made lots of sand mountains and volcanoes however, when we came back to the area everything we worked hard for was gone, so she decided to make another one.

We decided to walk around the island and try to find a spot where we can have a nice view of the sun setting down. 

While strolling around we found  map just right along the street, and we just prove something, that we really had toured the whole island during our Island Hopping.

Finally, we were able to locate a great spot to watch the Sunset. It was almost time and we hurried to see the spectacular view of the sun.

How to get there: Cebu City-Malapascua Island

Terminal: North bus Terminal 
Ceres Bus bound for Maya via Bagay route
Non-air conditioned : 163 php
Travel time: 2-3 hours. 

Maya Port Boat fare: 80 php. If low tide the boat will not be able to dock along the seashore, you'll have to ride a small boat that will take you to the bigger boat. Transfer fare to a bigger boat fare: 20 php.

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