In Pictures: White Beach, Boracay
I was travelling in the past few weeks so I missed posting to the In Pictures section of this blog. This week's return would be apt I think, as the temperatures in the metropolis is going to the roof (high thirties), and what's the best way to cool off than heading to the beach? White Beach in Boracay, perhaps?
|Blue-sailed paraws crowding the beach front|
One of the best known and popular beaches in the the country, White Beach in Boracay is always on the must-visit list of beach lovers.
|A kid builds his sand castle, oblivious to the world around him|
The six-kilometer long beach, of sugary-fine white sand, offers plenty of things for you to do if you get bored of its beauty. You can skimboard, sail, jetski, sail in a paraw, get a massage and a tattoo or two, or, tune out the rest of humanity and build your own castle in the sand.
|Perfect place to work on your tan|
|Perfect place to go for a stroll|
Or go chill out with a piña colada in a beachfront bar, after watching the most spectacular sunset that you can see on this side of the world.
|Me, Rach and Arvy head to a beachside bar to chill out after sunset|