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Boracay, Philippines

    • by Tigerlily

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      We stayed here in March of 2008. We stayed for three days and two nights. There were six of us, and we got two adjoining rooms. We got there by flying via Cebu Pacific Airlines from Manila to Caticlan (the flight took about 45 minutes), and then boarding a jetty (a small boat - the ride took about 20 minutes) from there to the island of Boracay. From the Boracay Jetty Port, we were fetched by an employee of the Club Panoly Resort. It was more

      than an hour ride from the port to the resort on board the resort’s vehicle. We were taken to the back entrance, which wasn’t at all impressive. According to the employees, guests are usually transported via boat from the jetty port to the beachside entrance of the resort, but their boat was being repaired at that time. We had to walk a short distance from the back entrance to the resort proper, and then we checked in and were escorted to our rooms. Our rooms were okay, they weren’t lavish, but they also weren’t old and musty. We had cable TV, a fridge, hot and cold water, hairdryer, and basic bath products like soaps and toothbrushes. What we liked most about our rooms were the balconies.

      The view from our room was beautiful. We could see the wonderful white shores of Boracay and the clean blue sea. We were offered welcome drinks which we could claim at the restaurant. We got free daily breakfast, too. Honestly, there wasn’t much to do in the ...

      • The Panoly Resort, Boracay
      resort, but we were fine with that because we were contented with just lazing around. We had the beach mostly to ourselves because the resort is far from the main White Beach of Boracay, which was where the crowd and the action were. The resort also had a swimming pool with jacuzzi. If I’m not mistaken, there are two restaurants in the resort. One was where we took our daily breakfast, and the other was like a bar which was elevated so you could get a
      good view of the sunset.

      We got our fill of the “action” too because the resort offered a free shuttle service to and from White Beach. We went there on our second day to try the famous Jonah’s Fruit Shakes and to stroll along the white-sand beach which stretched up to 2 kilometers.

      All in all, this is a nice and reasonably-priced 3-4-star beach resort to stay in if you want peace, quiet and relaxation. If you’re going to Boracay for the night life, you’re better off staying somewhere along White Beach.:)

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