Eventually, our last day in paradise had come. There were so many things I still wanted to do, but it’s time to wrap things up.
The runner in me kicked in on our third and final full day in Boracay. And this is also the day we got to see the entire island, and more!
Our second day was off to a good start with a nice breakfast buffet from our hotel. Little did I know that it’s going to be a great day as I do another thing I’ve never done before.
It felt like forever since I last enjoyed the shores of Boracay and it’s about time to return! I may have missed summer, but any time is a good time to be at one of the best beaches in the country.
2012 had been one of the most “interesting” years of my adult life but unfortunately running took a back seat for me this year in terms of mileage. That doesn’t mean though that there isn’t much to share about this year! Here are ten (10) of my favorite posts for the year:
Last day in Boracay, time to get back to reality. But between paradise and “real life” is a long commute—a very long commute in land, sea, and air! Now that’s another adventure on its own!
Rains have been pouring all over most parts of the Philippines when we arrived in Boracay, but heaven must really be on our side as the dark cloudy skies of the past few days had actually cleared up, and we were basking under the tropical sun of Boracay! What else to do but enjoy the…
After two long years, finally, I was able to step back into the shores of one of the best beaches in the world, Boracay. It may seem like an ordinary quick getaway, but adventures seem to follow wherever I go.
As I write this post I should have already been in the Philippines’ premier beach destination, Boracay, but instead I’m at a Korean fast food, sulking with their hot and spicy fish fillet—all because my much awaited vacation was cancelled!
The love for travel must be in my blood as I suddenly realized, without much effort, that I had scheduled a travel practically every month for the second half of the year, both local and international! And of course most of these revolve around the sport I love, running.
Boracay is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Philippines and is one of the best beaches in the world, but sometimes tourism does have it pitfalls and sometimes nature takes the toll. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could do something about it, through running?
2010 was the year running took a backseat from my list of activities, but in between my great hiatus there were some interesting events that transpired. Here’s a look back at how 2010 was for me: January The highlight for the first month of 2010 was my return to running with a 50K test run…